Last push for votes as EU leaders sound Brexit warning

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech at a Britain Stronger In Europe event campaigning for people to vote to remain in the EU in Birmingham, central England, on June 22, 2016Prime Minister David Cameron invoked Britain’s wartime spirit in a last-ditch bid to win votes on Wednesday on the eve of a knife-edge referendum on European Union membership that has put the continent on alert. “Winston Churchill didn’t give up on European democracy… and we shouldn’t walk away,” David Cameron told a crowd in Birmingham, his final rally in a campaign that has been described as one of Britain’s most bitter ever.

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