British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn address the media after laying flowers at the base of a statue to Joseph Priestley, in Birstall, northern England, on June 17, 2016. / AFP / OLI SCARFF
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British Prime Minister David Cameron warned Sunday of the dangers of embracing "leave" campaigner Nigel Farage's vision of Britain ahead of the country's referendum on its European Union membership.The U.K. Independence Party leader wants to take Britain "backwards" and divide rather than unite, Cameron said, as both sides in the referendum debate prepared to make a final push before the Thursday vote. Johnson told the Sun Sunday newspaper that a British exit, or Brexit, offers voters a "once in a lifetime" chance to change British life for the better.
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