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Tony Blair says independence case is 'more credible' after Brexit

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Friday, 17 February 2017 ()

Tony Blair says independence case is 'more credible' after BrexitMr Blair, who was UK prime minister between 1997 and 2007, will say in his speech to the pro-European campaign group Open Britain that those driving a withdrawal from the European Union "always wanted a hard Brexit". He will announce his "mission" to...
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The former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has launched a campaign to keep Britain in the European Union

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