UK’s Cameron Tries to Woo Voters by Guaranteeing EU Exit Referendum
UK’s Cameron Tries to Woo Voters by Guaranteeing EU Exit Referendum © AP Photo
03:51 01.05.2015(updated 08:51 01.05.2015) Get short URL
UK Prime Minister David Cameron gave a guarantee to supporters of the Tory party that they will have a referendum on Britain’s possible exit from the European Union, in a televised Thursday debate on BBC One.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Wrapping up his 30-minutes’ time on stage, Cameron urged voters to secure a “decisive outcome” for the May 7 general election so that the Conservative party did not have to negotiate with their LibDem coalition partners behind the closed doors.
He said an in/out referendum would be a “red line,” adding British people “deserved” to make their voice on the mater heard.
Cameron earlier promised Brexit, an EU membership referendum, to be held in 2017 if his Conservative Party wins the May parliamentary vote.