Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday he would take Britain into the European Union under the “special status” it now enjoys if it was not already a member, pressing his campaign to remain in the bloc in a live television performance.
Fielding questions from a sometimes hostile audience on subjects ranging from immigration to security, Cameron said he often became frustrated with the 28-member bloc. But he stressed that a vote to exit in a June 23 referendum would be a “self-inflicted wound” for Britain’s economy.
With the vote only three weeks away, both sides are stepping up their campaigns to try to win over undecided voters and break the deadlock in opinion polls which suggest that Britons are almost equally split over which way to vote.
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