Monday, June 20, 2016

OUTRAGEOUS Cameron cites murdered MP to help prop up no votes on the Brexit referendum

British Prime Minister David Cameron has invoked the memory of the murdered Labour MP Jo Cox to press the case for Britain staying in the EU, a as the referendum campaign enters its final week, reports FT.

The prime minister tweeted a link to the last article written by Cox, saying: “Jo Cox’s strong voice in the campaign to remain in the EU will be badly missed.”

Cox was murdered last Thursday by a pro-Brexit "lone nut."

The race appears to be neck-and-neck after a swing to "Remain" after the murder.

“We had momentum until this terrible tragedy,” said Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence party, on ITV’s Peston on Sunday.


1 comment:

  1. The oligarch are screeching hysterically terrified that they'll not be able to add more money and power to their already over-filled asset portfolio if Britain leaves the EU, which will benefit the working class.

    The elites will kill to keep their crooked privileges. To prove it, if Brexit passes watch them nullify the results of the election and come up with a scheme to stay in. The "remain" geeks despise the working class.