Cameron: Membership of the EU helps me as PM
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EU referendum: Cameron on UK security and working with Europe

The prime minister says working with neighbouring nations helps keep the UK safe.

In a speech from Downing Street, 48 hours ahead of the referendum, he gave security arguments for the British people to remain inside the European Union.

"We are safer in Europe than out on our own," he said, and claimed EU membership gave us "strength in the world".

  • 21 Jun 2016
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