Jeremy Corbyn has committed his centre-left Labour party to campaign against a so-called Brexit, but his personal ambivalence and political calculations have left him dragging his heels.
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The campaign for Britain to leave the EU has been backed by 250 business leaders including the former chief executive of HSBC, the Vote Leave group said Saturday, hoping to counter the view that UK businesses back staying in the bloc.The camps arguing for and against Britain staying in the European Union ahead of a referendum on British membership on June 23 have both made the economic impact of a 'Brexit' a cornerstone of their campaigns.Vote Leave also said it was forming a Business Council to argue that EU membership was holding back business.
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