Blair urges Britain to revolt against EU exit

VOICED: Shows exterior shots Bloomberg building in London where David Cameron gave speech saying it will be an 'In Out' EU Referendum and where Tony Blair gave BREXIT Speech. Exterior shots Tony Blair with former UK Prime MInister John Major campaigning during the EU Referendum. Interior shots with soundbites former UK Tony Blair giving speech on effects of BREXIT and the rights of people to change their minds. Interview soundbites with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Leave campaigner Iain Duncan Smith MP speaking on dismissing Blair's speech. Exterior and interior shots current UK Prime Minister Theresa May welcoming French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to Downing Street for talks. The former Prime Minister Tony Blair has been accused of insulting voters after he called on people opposed to Brexit to rise up in defence of what they believe. In an impassioned speech Mr Blair said people had not understood the true terms of withdrawal - and that voters had the right to change their minds.The Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson summed up the view of Brexiteers - urging people to rise up and turn off their TV next time Mr Blair is on (THIS CLIP CONTAINS BLACK HOLES - THIRD PARTY CONTENT OF DAVID CAMERON SPEECH OFFERING AN 'IN OUT' REFERENDUM ON MEMBERSHIP OF THE EU) on 17th February, 2017 in London, England


Clip #: 643591912HD
Collection: Sky News
Date created: February 17, 2017
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Clip length: 00:02:41:10
Location: London, England, United Kingdom
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