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"BRUSSELS (AP) — The tipping point might have been three years ago, when the European Union wanted to ban open bottles of olive oil — that staple of easygoing culinary fun — from restaurant tables across Europe. Though the debate has centered more on immigration and the economy, the sense of sovereignty and independence is also a key theme for those in favor of leaving, who often point to attempts to regulate things like olive oil, toasters, and lawn mowers as they make their case that EU regulations can be absurd and stifling. [...] the backlash against it prompted the EU to begin rolling back some of the rules that have sparked contempt from British citizens. Even in Britain, many no longer take them too seriously, especially after the popular 'QI' television program did a 'call my bluff' test on such media stories: that the EU would force trawlermen to wear hairnets while fishing (not true), force producers to call sausages 'emulsified", www.sfchronicle.com
"LONDON — England football great David Beckham on Tuesday (June 21) backed Britain to remain in the European Union, hailing the positive influence of European players on British football. “For our children and their children, we should be facing the problems of the world together and not alone,” said the former Manchester United star. “We live in a vibrant and connected world where together as a people we are strong. For these reasons I am voting to Remain,” he said in a statement on Facebook, two days before the crucial vote.", www.todayonline.com
"BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks edged higher Tuesday on optimism Britain will vote to stay in the European Union but gains slowed as investors awaited an economic report by the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve. Global stocks gained as opinion polls and betting markets indicated Britons will vote to remain in the European Union in a referendum Thursday. Some economists think a July increase is possible if the job market rebounds from a dismal May and financial markets remain calm after Britain's EU vote. ANALYST'S QUOTE: 'There has been little follow-through to the rapid recovery in sentiment witnessed during yesterday's Asian trading session,' said Citigroup analysts in a report. The British pound rose sharply and investors dumped ultra-safe assets like U.S. government bonds, gold and utility stocks, sending those prices lower.", www.seattlepi.com
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