Cameron Labelled A ’21st Century Chamberlain’


David Cameron was challenged over whether his EU negotiations would be upheld in Brussels after the referendum, in his final set-piece TV showdown with the public before the vote on Thursday.¬†Appearing in front of a BBC Question Time audience in Milton Keynes the Prime Minister also admitted “it is very challenging controlling immigration”, but insisted Britain should “stay and fight” its corner in the EU.
As the battle resumed after being suspended following the death of Labour MP Jo Cox, campaigners on both sides have been considering whether they should tone down the rhetoric in this divisive EU debate.