Pensions and the publicly moneyed
National Health Service might face cuts if Britons vote to leave
the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron informed a Sunday
paper, looking for to win assistance from a few of the most
pro-Brexit members of the general public. Polls, which reveal Britons are uniformly divided ahead of a June
23 mandate on EU subscription, likewise suggest the senior are
among the most likely to end up on ballot day and are likewise
among the most eurosceptic voters.
With less than two weeks till the vote, Cameron warned that
annual pension boosts, complimentary tv licences and bus
passes might all be cut making up for a “great void” in the
public financial resources, the Observer newspaper reported.
” You would need to begin cutting things that people truly
value, whether it is the money going to the NHS or whether it is
assistance for our pension system,” Cameron was estimated as saying.
The ‘Leave’ campaign did not immediately react to a.
demand for remark from Reuters but has consistently stated that.
Britain could use its contributions to the European Union to.
rather offer extra funding to its health service.
( Reporting by Costas Pitas; Modifying by Dominic Evans).