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Pakistan Observer - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL -

“If we don’t vote to leave tomorrow we will re­main locked in the back of the car, driven in an un­cer­tain di­rec­tion frankly to a place we don’t want to go and per­haps by a driver who doesn’t speak the very best of English,” he said.

He was fly­ing around Bri­tain in a he­li­copter to spread the Brexit mes­sage, mak­ing an unashamed play to Bri­tish pa­tri­o­tism by declar­ing Thurs­day could be Bri­tain’s “in­de­pen­dence day”.

The leader of the anti-EU UK In­de­pen­dence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage, also played the na­tion­al­ist card in an ad­dress to sup­port­ers in London.

“They (the EU) have an an­them, they are build­ing an army, they have al­ready got their own po­lice force, and of course they have got a flag,” Farage said.

“At the end of the day tomorrow when peo­ple vote they must make a de­ci­sion which flag is theirs? and I want us to live un­der Bri­tish pass­ports and un­der the Bri­tish flag.”

Cameron, who called the ref­er­en­dum un­der pres­sure from his own Con­ser­va­tive party and from the in­sur­gent UKIP, urged vot­ers to re­main in the club Bri­tain joined in 1973.—Reuters

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