Cameron said his Party was not in danger of splitting after high-level divisions over whether Britain should remain in the EU [Image: Yui Mok/PA Archive].

Cameron said his Party was not in danger of splitting after high-level divisions over whether Britain should remain in the EU [Image: Yui Mok/PA Archive].


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David Cameron has insisted the Conservative Party will reunite after the EU referendum, despite the divisions exposed by the Brexit campaign.

“We’ll accept the judgement of the British people,” he said.

“There’s huge challenges to overcome and I think you’ll be surprised how politicians can have an argument, have that decided and then get on with the other things about which they by and large agree.”

Source: David Cameron Says Conservative Party Will Come Together After EU Referendum Splits Exposed

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