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El ex primer ministro británico advierte contra la salida de Gran Bretaña de la UE

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LONDON, England – British ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown has warned against Britain leaving the European Union, saying it “would send the wrong message about the UK”.

LONDON, England – British ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown has warned against Britain leaving the European Union, saying it “would send the wrong message about the UK”.

In a speech delivered in London on Saturday, Brown said if Britain could not cooperate with its nearest neighbors, it would make it harder for young people to plan their futures.


“If we the British then decided we were going to walk away from our nearest neighbors, refuse to cooperate on economic and other matters that are vital to our future, deny young people in our country the chance to plan for the future because we are breaking off links to countries that are nearest to us, what sort of message would we send to the world about what kind of world we are going to build for the future if we could not engage in cooperation with our nearest neighbors?” he said.

“By the strength of our common endeavors we can achieve more together than ever we could achieve on our own,” the former UK premier added.

Brown claimed that around 500,000 new jobs could be created by opening up the European single market further to British firms.

“My message to young people is that Europe still is the future for jobs, environmental sustainability and fairness, …The biggest job creator of the next decade will be Europe’s single market,” he noted.

Last week, incumbent Premier David Cameron also voiced his fears about leaving the 28-nation bloc that would cost Britain some 16 billion pounds in infrastructure investment.

Cameron noted that leaving the EU would have a “devastating impact” on future major road, rail and education projects in the country.

Las encuestas de opinión han indicado que los votantes del Reino Unido creen que permanecer en la UE sería lo mejor para la economía británica, pero que el apoyo para irse y permanecer aún permanece prácticamente empatado.

La economía y el impacto de una posible salida británica, o Brexit, en el empleo, los salarios y el comercio son un campo de batalla clave para las campañas "In" y "Out" antes de que los británicos voten el 23 de junio sobre si permanecer en la lista de 28 miembros. bloque político.

La campaña "In", los partidarios de permanecer en el bloque, argumentan que dejarlo pondría en riesgo la prosperidad del Reino Unido, disminuiría su influencia sobre los asuntos mundiales y generaría barreras comerciales entre el Reino Unido y la UE.