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Brexit Campaigners Are Deceiving Voters, Cameron Says

  • Prime minister says statements on ‘Leave’ leaflets ‘not true’
  • Angry appearance marks end of truce after lawmaker murder
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Brexit: The Most Important U.K. Decision since 1975

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Prime Minister David Cameron entered the final week of campaigning ahead of the U.K.’s referendum on European Union membership with an accusation that his opponents are trying to deceive people into voting to leave.

After 2 1/2 days when campaigning was suspended following the murder of Labour lawmaker Jo Cox, Sunday saw both sides return to the fray. The prime minister, taking audience questions on a BBC television special, criticized his opponents both over the tone of some of their anti-immigration messages and specific claims they’ve made.