By William Edmonds
With the referendum on Britain’s future in the EU now only a few months away, people are starting to take sides in one of the biggest debates in Britain’s history – whether or not Britain should remain in the European Union. Many of the biggest voices in the ‘out’ campaign include the UKIP leader, Nigel Farage, former Conservative chancellor, Nigel Lawson and Conservative MP, Steve Baker. All of the aforementioned people have one thing in common: they are right wing capitalists. The rise of the Eurosceptic right has caused strong associations between Euroscepticism and the right wing, often driving the left towards voting ‘in’. However, the media has caused many of these left wingers to be almost oblivious to the fact that there is a left wing case for leaving the EU. And it is, perhaps, a stronger case than the right wing one.