To Stay or Go? Both Sides of the Brexit Debate

Prime Minister David Cameron accused two of his fellow Conservatives, Justice Secretary Michael Gove and former London Mayor Boris Johnson, of lying to the public over the risks of Britain staying in the European Union. Less than two weeks after saying he was taking a “self-denying ordinance” on talking about his Tory colleagues’ views on Europe, Cameron called a short-notice news conference to dismiss six assertions by the “Leave” campaign ahead of the June 23 referendum, quoting words by Gove and Johnson as he did so. Two other leading politicians on both sides of the debate appeared on Bloomberg TV to argue their case.

U.K.'s May Calls for Two-Year Brexit Transition Period
16:43 - U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks in Florence, Italy on the need for a period of implementation after the nation leaves the European Union. (Source: Bloomberg)
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