British PM warns of Brexit pain

People hold Union Flags and the EU flag at an event organised by pro-Europe 'remain' campaigners in Parliament Square in London on June 19, 2016Prime Minister David Cameron warned Sunday of a painful hit to Britain’s economy if it quits the EU, as rival camps raced for the last votes in a referendum battle shaken by the shock murder of lawmaker Jo Cox. If Britain leaves the EU, it would be the first nation to do so in the bloc’s 60-year history. There will be no turning back if voters decide to pull out of the European Union on June 23, the British leader told a BBC television audience.

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