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Watch: The Spectator’s Brexit debate

28 April 2016

3:54 PM

28 April 2016

3:54 PM

In the largest event in The Spectator’s 188-year history, 2,200 people packed into the Palladium this week to watch our debate chaired by Andrew Neil on whether Britain should leave the EU.

Dan Hannan, Nigel Farage and Kate Hoey backed Brexit. Whilst Nick Clegg, Liz Kendall and Chuka Umunna argued that Britain was better off remaining a part of the European Union.

Leave won the debate, which was sponsored by Rathbones, with a resounding number of the audience siding with Hannan, Farage and Hoey.


But if you weren’t lucky enough to make it to the Spectator’s Brexit debate yourself, then you can make up your own mind by watching the full video, using the player above.

You can also click here to read our run through of how the debate played out and listen to audio clips of each politician’s argument for which way they’re planning on voting on June 23rd.

And if you like what you’ve seen here, why not have a listen to our Spectator podcast below:

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