Robin Turton, Why I voted against entry into the Common Market (February 1972)

In February 1972, Sir Robin Turton, Conservative Member of the UK Parliament, explains why he opposed the United Kingdom’s accession to the European Communities.

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Source: SIR TURTON, Robin. Why I voted against entry into the Common Market. London: Commonwealth Industries Association, 1972.

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