Cameron Seeks to Avoid Tory ‘Psychodrama’ Over Brexit Debate

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses members of a World Economic Forum event focusing on Britain's EU referendum on May 17.

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U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron says he wants to avoid a “psychodrama” within his party over the referendum on European Union membership next month, batting away the suggestion he might hold a televised debate with fellow Conservatives Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London, or Justice Secretary Michael Gove.

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