London Mayor Boris Johnson speaks at a "Out" campaign event, in favour of Britain leaving the European Union, at Europa Worldwide freight company in Dartford, Britain March 11, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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London mayor Boris Johnson Monday accused Barack Obama of "hypocrisy" following a report that the U.S. president is heading to Britain next month to make the case for the U.K. to stay in the European Union.The Independent newspaper on Sunday reported that Obama, who has already expressed support for Britain's EU membership, was expected to come to London at the end of April.The visit would take place around two months before the June 23 referendum in which British voters will decide whether to leave or stay in the 28-country bloc.Cameron favours keeping Britain in the EU, following a renegotiation of the country's relations with Brussels.
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