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EU referendum: Joining forces a reason to listen, Cameron says

David Cameron has denied that joining forces` with First Minister Carwyn Jones to fight for the UK to stay in the EU was an "establishment stitch-up".

The Conservative prime minister and the Welsh Labour leader addressed staff at the British Gas offices in Cardiff in a bid to boost the fortunes of the Remain campaign in the referendum.

Vote Leave Cymru said the event on Wednesday showed how "desperate" the pro-EU side was, with just over a week to go before the public vote on 23 June.

But Mr Cameron said the joining together of political rivals for a common cause was a "reason to listen".

  • 15 Jun 2016
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