Brian Eno and Johnny Marr urge UK citizens to vote against Brexit

Eno describes the EU as a “net force for good”

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Brian Eno is among a number of musicians to urge British citizens to vote to remain in the European Union at Thursday’s referendum.

Posting on his Facebook page, Eno wrote, “I have a lot of misgivings about the way the EU is run, but they don’t make me want to ditch the whole idea. I feel the EU is one of the only restraints on the kind of neo-liberal market fundamentalism that has seen inequality rising throughout the world. I feel that it has been a net force for good in promoting enlightened social and environmental agendas. It could and should be doing a better job at all these things, but to do any job at all it needs our support.”

He added: “The only good outcome of this referendum is that it might remind us what the original mission of the EU was, and might motivate us to actually make it happen.”

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Meanwhile, Johnny Marr has spoken out about the tactics of the Leave campaign, comparing UKIP’s “breaking point” poster to Nazi propaganda.

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