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Army 1st Lt. Matthew Greene, (left) reaches out for his mother, retired Col. Susan Myers, as she places a rose on the casket of her husband, Army Maj. Gen. Harold Greene during a burial service at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., Thursday. Greene was killed when a gunman dressed as an Afghan soldier turned on ISAF troops, wounding about 15 including a German general and two Afghan generals. He is the highest-ranking U.S. military officer to be killed in America's post-9/11 wars. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
LONDON: Leaders of the campaign to end Britain’s membership in the European Union hope that next month’s referendum will make June 23, 2016, a date as luminous in modern British history as May 3, 1979, when voters made Margaret Thatcher prime minister. Michael Gove, secretary of justice and leader of the campaign for Brexit — Britain’s withdrawal from the EU — anticipates a “galvanizing, liberating, empowering moment of national renewal.”