David Cameron has called his referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU for 23 June, after the cabinet agreed to campaign to stay in.
Speaking from outside Downing Street, the prime minister said leaving the EU would “threaten our economic and national security”.
“We are approaching one of the biggest decisions this country will face in our lifetimes… This goes to the heart of what we want our country to be and the future we want for our children,” he said.
It’s a weaselly deal by a weaselly puppet…
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