British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech on the European Union at the British Museum in central London, Britain May 9, 2016. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool
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Raising the stakes in Britain's European Union membership debate, Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that leaving the bloc would increase the risk of war in Europe.The two sides in Britain's referendum debate have argued bitterly over whether leaving the 28-nation union would make Britain more or less secure. Two former U.K. intelligence chiefs said in an interview published Sunday that the EU gives Britain an edge in gathering anti-terror intelligence and underpins continental peace.The anti-EU group Vote Leave called Cameron's claims "historically illiterate," arguing that NATO contributes far more to European peace and security than the EU.
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