Cameron: we are out of the European Union leap in the dark
British Prime Minister David Cameron warned advocates out of the European Union of the risks ofthis out, which is scheduled to settle the British voters controversy around it in a referendum on June 23 next year. He described Cameron likelihood Britain out of the EU if the voters chose it as' bet century ', saying that the cost ofliving, jobs and family support are all issues that will be at stake in theupcoming referendum. he said in anarticle in the number of today 'snewspaper the Sunday Telegraph that advocates out when asked to clarify their vision for the future of Britain away from the European Union, the' mystery extreme 'is characteristic thedominant on them. he said that provided these advocates to get out is' leap into the depths of darkness', and asked the supporters out to determine the nature of Britain 's trade relationship with the EU countries, and how to cooperate with it in the campaign against what he called 'terrorists' campaign. he asked:' Do you want ( ) give up this network of security cooperation? If the answer is no, they must clarify what intend to do to safeguard the security of citizens, and whether they propose to conclude agreements with 27 individual State? How long does it take for that? ' Responded to those questions bysaying that certainly it (out) means that we will be subject to the regulations do not have the power to influence them, which is opposed to the principle of sovereignty altogether. Cameron said that' the biggest question on our role in the world away from the European Union is about the extent of Britain 's ability to pay matters? ' and much campaign between supporters and those who refuse to Britain staying in the EU since Cameron got last week on concessions from its European partners. and got Cameron Saturday on the full support of the Group of twenty at the finance ministers meeting in Shanghai , China . Themeeting emphasized the 'shock of a possible exit of the United Kingdom of the European Union' among the rest of the risks to global economic recovery.