UK's Cameron urged to submit to lawmakers' questions on Brexit




 
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April 11th, 2016  
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Topic: UK's Cameron urged to submit to lawmakers' questions on Brexit


A senior British lawmaker said on Monday that Prime Minister David Cameron should appear before a parliamentary committee to answer questions about the European Union ahead of a June 23 referendum on whether Britain should remain in the bloc. Cameron is campaigning for Britain to stay in, but his Conservative Party is split on the issue, with several cabinet ministers having defected to the "out" camp, and opinion polls suggest the result could be very tight. Andrew Tyrie, chairman of parliament's Liaison Committee, said in a statement he was "surprised and disappointed" that Cameron had refused to appear before June 23.




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