2. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"It is, I think, one of the most important political decisions that you will take in your lifetime. When we have a general election we vote in a government and if we don't like that government, five years later we can vote them out again. That's obviously not a bit I like about life, but none the less that's the way it works. With this referendum about whether we stay in or whether we leave a reformed European Union it's a vote and a decision that we will be living with probably for the rest of our life time. So it is absolutely vital we really think hard about all of the issues and we make a clear and sensible decision."
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4. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"So I make no apology for the fact that we have, you know, we are sending to every household in the country, this leaflet which sets out what the government's view is and why we come to that view. We are not neutral in this. We think it would be a bad decision to leave. We think it would be bad for our economy, bad for jobs, bad for investment, bad for families' finances. We think it would be bad for universities. We are not neutral so we have made a clear stance in this leaflet which I hope everyone will get a copy of at their home."
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6. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"Because I think that in many ways you have the most to gain by staying in a reformed European Union and you also have the most to lose if we leave the European Union but I'm afraid to say that as things stand, you're the least likely people to vote. That's what's happened in past general elections. So, my plea is really have a look at this and decide to vote on June 23."
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