A string of former Nato and US foreign affairs chiefs have warned against leaving the EU, arguing Britain’s place in the world and security would be damaged.
Five ex-Nato secretary-generals delivered a joint message that leaving the EU would “give succour to the west’s enemies”.
Writing in the Telegraph, they said it would be troubling if the UK voted to leave, citing its lead role within the EU in imposing sanctions on Russia and Iran.
The signatories include Peter Carrington, the last surviving member of Winston Churchill’s government, and George Robertson, who served as defence secretary under Tony Blair.
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