Brown and Kinnock electrify Scottish voters by shredding the case for Brexit

Supporting Labour in Barnsley


By Ronnie McGowan

In the splendour of Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall two of Labour’s big beasts orchestrated a strong case for remaining in the European Union, allied with a powerful onslaught on the Brexit argument.

It was an impassioned high octane performance from Neil Kinnock and Gordon Brown at the Rally to Remain. Opening with a few well aimed swipes at the psychodrama being played out by David Cameron and Boris “Trump”, we heard Kinnock – the former adversary of Militant Tendency – set out the case for remaining in the European Union. Gone was the over-elaborate oratory of a younger Kinnock. Instead the audience of 150 heard how the EU offered a cohesion that would secure the political and economic wellbeing of the United Kingdom. Creating the world’s largest market the EU had gained protections for consumers, workers and the environment. Kinnock argued that a market place of 500 million had supported 4.2 million jobs in the UK…

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