• Britain’s opposing camps intensify EU referendum campaigns


    LONDON: Campaigning for Britain’s tight referendum on leaving the European Union stepped up Saturday as Prime Minister David Cameron hammered home the economic impact of Brexit. Cameron, fighting for his political future in the June 23 referendum, which polls suggest is neck-and-neck, said Britain could slip into recession if it votes to withdraw from the European bloc. Meanwhile Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the main opposition Labor party, made one of his highest-profile appearances of the campaign at a rally in London. Though Cameron and Corbyn are arch rivals, both want Britain to remain in the EU and are part of a campaign which has brought together most of the country’s biggest political figures.


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