Friday, 13 May 2016

Tim Farron’s speech on the European Union

So much of the debate around Europe has been about financial projections, trading complex cost benefit analyses about what will happen if we stay or leave. And fascinating though that all is, my hunch is that it might not, on its own, clinch the right result.

Because there is much more to this Referendum than the economy, crucial though that is.

It is also about more fundamental questions such as: what sort of country will my children be living in when they grow, what sort of country will their children live in?

What is the international legacy we want to leave to the coming generations?

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