British Prime Minister David Cameron waits to greet Chilean President Michelle Bachelet outside of 10 Downing Street in central London on May 13, 2016, ahead of their meeting. / AFP / DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS
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Prime Minister David Cameron Saturday stepped up his campaign for Britain to remain in the EU, warning that exiting the bloc would cost Britain billions of pounds in investment.The official Britain Stronger In Europe campaign said that it is staging 1,000 pro-Remain events across the U.K. Saturday, with Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron and the Greens' Caroline Lucas also among those taking to the streets.Cameron added in a statement Saturday that a vote for Brexit would mean an end to Britain's membership of the European Investment Bank, which in the past three years has given more than £16 billion ($23 billion, 20 billion euros) for U.K. projects.
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