Brexit Campaign Slams Cameron as Conservative Rift Widens

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British Prime Minister David Cameron.

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The rifts in Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative Party worsened as two leading Brexit campaigners accused him of breaking his promises on immigration and speculation mounts about a leadership challenge after the June 23 U.K. referendum on European Union membership.

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