British PM challenges Brexit supporters to admit risks

Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday challenged supporters of a British exit from the European Union to admit the risks involved, as the battle for votes stepped up ahead of the June referendum. “When the people campaigning for ‘out’ are asked to set out a vision outside the European Union, they become extremely vague,” the prime minister wrote. Cameron dismissed suggestions that Britain could still have access to the EU single market while opting out of the free movement of people.

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