segunda-feira, 20 de junho de 2016

United Kingdom: Osborne expects less divisive debate about "Brexit" after death of Cox

In addition to have motivated an interregnum in the campaign, the murder of Mrs Jo Cox may have even redirected the debate about possible "Brexit" a few days of the referendum in the United Kingdom.

Asked about the effects of the tragic death, the British Finance Minister, George Osborne, said she hoped that translates "a less divisive political debate, (...) with less pointless and inflammatory rhetoric statements and facts and reasoned arguments ".

Nigel Farage, leader of the Eurosceptic UKIP Party, stated that "the tragic death led to a break in the big boost being generated across the country. (…) It's hard to know "what effects it will have.

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