Cameron: Reformed EU in UK’s best interest

British Prime Minister David Cameron has issued fresh warning against his country leaving the European Union.

Cameron, who keeps lauding a recent deal with the EU, says jobs would be at risk in Britain if the country votes to leave the 28-nation bloc.

“We are clearly better off inside a reformed European Union rather than take the leap in the dark”, he said while addressing employees of defense giant BAE Systems in Warton, Lancashire on Thursday.

“There are three million jobs that in some way depend on our trade in the European Union. Of course we would go on trading with the EU if we left but would that trade be at the same level”, he added.

Last week, the EU leaders in Brussels unanimously supported Cameron’s proposed reforms to keep Britain in the EU.

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