After British deal with the E.U., Cameron races to win support at home

February 20, 2016 1:23 PM

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LONDON — Having persuaded 27 fellow European leaders to do a deal to save Britain’s E.U. membership, Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday raced back to London to try to convince senior members of his own government not to back a Brexit.

In a rare Saturday morning cabinet meeting — the first since the Falklands War in 1982 — Cameron attempted to rally his senior ministers to the cause of keeping the United Kingdom a part of the union that has defined the continent's postwar order.

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