Voters in Britain will decide whether or not to stay in the European Union

Voters in Britain will decide whether or not to stay in the European Union

The Irish Times

David Cameron has warned that a decision to leave the European Union in this week’s referendum will be irreversible, with no prospect of Britain rejoining in future.

He warned that, if Britain regrets its decision to leave and seeks to rejoin the EU, it would be obliged, like other new entrants, to adopt the euro and join the Schengen open borders system.
“This is a final, irreversible decision. There is no going back when you walk through that door,” he said.

The prime minister was speaking during a special edition on the BBC’s Question Time, during which he faced tough questions from a studio audience.

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