Ex-PM Brown warns of Brexit message to the world

Former prime minister Gordon Brown, who was prime minister from 2007 to 2010, claimed on May 21, 2016, that around 500,000 new jobs could be created by opening up the European single market further to British firmsFormer prime minister Gordon Brown voiced his fears Saturday about the message it would send to the rest of the world if Britain quit the European Union. Brown, who was prime minister from 2007 to 2010, claimed around 500,000 new jobs could be created by opening up the European single market further to British firms. The referendum on June 23 will decide whether Britain stays in or leaves the 28-member EU.

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