In this Tuesday, May 10, 2016 file photo, Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of Britain's Labor Party speaks at the launch of 'Labor In for Britain', ahead of June's EU referendum, in London. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, file)
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Opposition Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn Thursday warned a British departure from the EU managed by a Conservative government would be a "disaster" as he urged supporters to vote "Remain".Corbyn is a lifelong eurosceptic who voted for Britain to leave the European Economic Community in the 1975 referendum.The veteran socialist has been accused by some senior Labor members of not doing enough campaigning in favor of staying in the European Union.In his speech Thursday, he recognized that reform was needed within the EU but explained that Britain needed to be in to have a say.There is an overwhelming case to remain and reform so that we build on the best that Europe has achieved," he said.He also attacked the dire economic predictions in case of Brexit made by leaders of the "Remain" campaign, including finance minister George Osborne.
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