Cameron defends the view that the UK should stay in the EU. The referendum is due on June 23.

By 02/20/2016April 25th, 2020No Comments

Upon his return from Brussels David Cameron met with his cabinet members on Saturday to discuss the UK’s new special status in the EU after which he gave a press review where he declared that the UK would decide on June 23 via a referendum whether the UK  was stronger, safer and better off in a reformed EU. He also said that he was personally for a UK within the EU and that those who were not of the same view could campaign for an EU exit if they wished so. Secretary of Justice Michael Gove, nOther Ireland Secretary Theresa Vlliers, Work and Pensions Secretary Ian Duncan Smith, Secretary of Culture John Wittingdale and Leader of the House of Commons Chris Grayling were the  members of the cabinet who decided to campaign for an EU exit.