British Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement outside 10 Downing Street in London, Saturday Feb. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
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Prime Minister David Cameron made a last-ditch appeal to London Mayor Boris Johnson Sunday to support Britain staying in the EU as battle lines hardened ahead of a June 23 membership referendum.Johnson's decision is seen as an important moment in the referendum battle and if media reports suggesting he is set to back Brexit are correct, it would also deal a major blow to Cameron two days after he nailed down a deal in Brussels Friday.Cameron, who wants to stay in the European Union, secured a deal late Friday to reset Britain's ties with the 28-nation bloc after two days of marathon talks in Brussels.A Survation/Mail Sunday opinion poll, the first conducted since Cameron's deal, out Sunday indicated that 48 percent of Britons did not want to leave the EU, 33 percent did and 19 percent were still undecided.
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