A British exit from the EU threatens the country with disaster, said Prime Minister David Cameron in the TV channel Sky News. In a straight line he tried to convince the British to stay in the EU.
Attempt to convince the British not to withdraw from the EU have given David Cameron a hard time. For the last time for the British Prime Minister it was one of the tough public conversations.
Cameron "is There any EU rules that annoy me? Yes. Are there things that disappoint you? Yes. But if we leave the EU, would we better? No."
Polls show that supporters of leaving the EU in the country is increasing. "I think we're safer if we continue to work together."
Girl: "How are you going to make sure all of my friends for an exit, that we will be protected from extremism if we are willing to work with such a government, as in Turkey, a country that wants to be part of the EU, and it is accused of cooperation with terrorists"?
Cameron "there are No reasons for Turkey to become part of the EU in the next decade". Cameron even threatened voters in the case of this war, but a reminder about this threat now only amuse the audience.
Leading "What should happen earlier if the Kingdom come, crisis or third world war"?
Opponents of Cameron are rubbing their hands. The leader of the Independent party of great Britain Nigel Faraj put the bookmaker Â£ 1000 what country will vote for secession from the EU. Threats Cameron British eurosceptics are responsible predictions that the continued stay in the EU threatens the country with disaster. To deal with these contrary one to the other statements voters will have a few weeks. Some are afraid of the consequences of withdrawal, others by the EU. As if they are both evil, but to choose the lesser of them will be the wiser.
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