London, June 23: Prime Minister David Cameron made a final push ahead of the Brexit poll and told voters to reject the 'untruths' of the leave campaign in order to remain a part of the European Union.
Cameron pleaded to the voters to put their jobs and the economy first. "It is a fact that our economy will be weaker if we leave and will be stronger if we stay. We must vote remain in large numbers on Thursday," Cameron said.
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"We will win together, fight together, keep Britain in the European Union together. Lets get out there and vote remain on Thursday," Cameron said. He added that Winston Churchil didn't give up on European Democracy and we shouldn't walk away.
Meanwhile, Cameron also took to Twitter and urged people to vote 'Remain' in the crucial vote.
Vote Remain - so that our children and grandchildren have a brighter future.— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) June 23, 2016
Polls opened on Thursday in a historic referendum on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union or leave, BBC reported.
An estimated 46,499,537 people are entitled to take part in the vote - a record number for a British poll. The referendum ballot paper asks the following question: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?"
Whichever side gets more than half of all votes cast is considered to have won.
(With agency inputs)