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Three years ago this month we were on opposite sides in the 2016 EU referendum. We fought our corner passionately throughout the long campaign, from the passage of the Referendum Bill until the fiercely contested Wembley Arena debate two days before polling day.

We had thrown this issue to the British people, and they gave us a clear outcome in a free and fair referendum – the largest popular vote in the most important democratic exercise in our history.

Despite our disagreements on this issue in 2016, we share three fundamental areas of common ground.

One, that is was right for the country to have its say on EU membership, 41 years after the initial referendum in 1975.

Secondly, that the result...

Three years ago this month we were on opposite sides in the 2016 EU referendum. We fought our corner passionately throughout the long campaign, from the passage of the Referendum Bill until the fiercely contested Wembley Arena debate two days before polling day.

We had thrown this issue to the British people, and they gave us a clear outcome in a free and fair referendum – the largest popular vote in the most important democratic exercise in our history.

Despite our disagreements on this issue in 2016, we share three fundamental areas of common ground.

One, that is was right for the country to have its say on EU membership, 41 years after the initial referendum in 1975.

Secondly, that the result...

Three years ago this month we were on opposite sides in the 2016 EU referendum. We fought our corner passionately throughout the long campaign, from the passage of the Referendum Bill until the fiercely contested Wembley Arena debate two days before polling day.

We had thrown this issue to the British people, and they gave us a clear outcome in a free and fair referendum – the largest popular vote in the most important democratic exercise in our history.

Despite our disagreements on this issue in 2016, we share three fundamental areas of common ground.

One, that is was right for the country to have its say on EU membership, 41 years after the initial referendum in 1975.

Secondly, that the result...

Three years ago this month we were on opposite sides in the 2016 EU referendum. We fought our corner passionately throughout the long campaign, from the passage of the Referendum Bill until the fiercely contested Wembley Arena debate two days before polling day.

We had thrown this issue to the British people, and they gave us a clear outcome in a free and fair referendum – the largest popular vote in the most important democratic exercise in our history.

Despite our disagreements on this issue in 2016, we share three fundamental areas of common ground.

One, that is was right for the country to have its say on EU membership, 41 years after the initial referendum in 1975.

Secondly, that the result...