UK’s David Cameron appeals to older Britons to stay in EU

June 21, 2016 1:07 PM

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LONDON — Prime Minister David Cameron appealed directly to older Britons considering voting to leave the European Union, urging them on Tuesday to think about the hopes and dreams of their children and grandchildren in casting their ballots.

Two days before a referendum on EU membership, Cameron appealed directly to the most Euroskeptic segment of the population. Standing in front of the black door of his office on 10 Downing St., he said leaving the bloc would risk the country’s economic security — and younger generations would have to...

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