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>> Rolling in to town to the sound of the great escape. This, a typical scene from Nigel Farage's brexit battle bus. As it garners support ahead of the June 23rd referendum. Reuters senior correspondent, Estelle Shirbon, says the choice of music is a good way to tug at the patriotic heart strings.
>> World War II is absolutely central to many peoples' sense of what British national identity is. It is the most well-known, the most written about, the most filmed, the most discussed part of our recent history, and it's very much something that most people in the nation feel proud of.
>> The parallel between a tale of allied prisoners of war escaping from a Nazi camp and the prospect of Britain leaving the EU grating for some critics though. Even so, both sides of the EU have been doing it. In a speech last month, prime minister David Cameron invoked to the country's biggest military successes to make a big, bold, patriotic case to stay inside the EU.
Winston Churchill's grandson, now an MP has said the World War II leader would have voted remain. While Boris Johnson has tread on even trickier territory.>> Boris Johnson, caused a huge controversy, when he said in a newspaper interview, that the EU, was comparable, in some way, to the projects of Napoleon and Hitler.
To dominate the continent.>> According to the annual British Social Attitude survey, only 15% of Britans, feel European. David Cameron has described the national psyche as independent, forthright and passionate in defense of our sovereignty, but with the vote too close to call, he'll hope a proud history doesn't lead to a future outside the EU.