Cameron asks voters to think about the children’s future

Britain's Prime Minister David CameronBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks about the EU referendum outside 10 Downing Street in London, June 21, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

The Prime Minister David Cameron directed his artillery against the oldest voters and asked them to think of their children and grandchildren when he again insisted that Britain must remain part of the EU.

Less than two days before the referendum the Prime Minister came with a warning that Britain will ” leave Europe for good” if a majority votes for Brexit. He also appealed directly to voters who belong to his own generation or older, and asked them to remember ‘the hopes and dreams of their children and grandchildren. ”

– The next generation will have to live with the consequences for much longer than the rest of us. It is irrevocable. We would leave Europe for good, said Cameron as he lined up for the press outside the Prime Minister residence in 10 Downing Street.

Several polls suggest that there is a higher number of  Brexit supporters amongst older voters than in the general population.
In another statement to the newspaper The Sun , Cameron promises to work for several EU reforms if a majority votes to remain in the EU. In February he already negotiated an agreement giving the British special concessions in several areas.

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today