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Quitting is simply not the British way

There is nothing splendid about isolation. We should “Remain” in the EU

The decision facing Britain on 23rd June is the most fundamental for a generation. The referendum on whether we remain in or leave the European Union is more important than any general election. It’s true that the choice between our two main political parties is more stark than at any time since I was a child. But our political system means that every five years, voters know they will have the opportunity either to endorse the party of government or remove it from office. The decision on whether we remain members of the EU and the single market or quit both, by contrast, will determine our country’s fortunes and its place in the world for decades to come.

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In Prospect’s July issue: In her final issue as Editor Bronwen Maddox explores the legacy of former Prime Minister Tony Blair having spoken with him at a Prospect event on 24th May. She examines his domestic policy, the lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan and what the future holds for the Labour Party. The Chancellor George Osborne lays down his view on why the public should to “Remain” in the EU, and Ian Hargreaves takes a close look at what is happening at the BBC. Also in this issue: Former Conservative leader David Davis suggests he can see a very narrow set of circumstances that might push him towards running for the party leadership again, William Skidelsky writes about why tennis is the best sport and Vanora Bennett looks at Svetlana Alexievich’s extraordinary work recording Russia’s lost voices.