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Gillian Duffy: 'I don't want to be a European'

Gillian Duffy is a pensioner from Rochdale who shot to fame in 2010 when Gordon Brown called her "bigoted" after she challenged him on immigration.

Mr Brown didn't realise he was being recorded at the time, and - of course - apologised.

BBC Newsnight caught up with Mrs Duffy as part of its My Decision series, where a number of figures explain how they plan to vote in the EU referendum - and the thinking behind their decision.

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