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'It's amazing we got 48%' — Labour's Stephen Kinnock tells us why Remain lost the EU referendum

Stephen Kinnock believes the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union failed because it was too focused on David Cameron and didn't give enough of a voice to ordinary people. The Labour MP for Aberavon and pro-Remainer tells Business Insider that a deadly cocktail of anti-EU factors meant the odds were stacked against the Remain campaign right from the beginning. He told BI: "Part of
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