1. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, UK Prime Minister:
"Brits don't quit. We get involved, we take a lead, we make a difference, we get things done. If we left, if we left our neighbours would go on meeting and making decisions that profoundly affect us, affect our country, affect our jobs, but we wouldn't be there. They would be making decisions about us, but without us."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, UK Prime Minister:
"I know Europe isn't perfect, believe me, I understand and I see those frustrations, I feel them myself. That's why we negotiated and enhanced our special status, out of the euro, keeping our borders, not involved in ever closer union, we have the best of both worlds. So as you take this decision, whether to remain or leave, do think about the hopes and dreams of your children and grandchildren. They know their chances to work, to travel, to build the sort of open and successful society they want to live in rests on this outcome."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, UK Prime Minister:
"If I felt that remaining in the European Union diminished us, I would recommend that we voted to leave. But it doesn't. It amplifies our power. When we're in these organizations, we become an even bigger force in the world. We're the bigger influence in the world."
"Brits don't quit," Prime Minister David Cameron told the UK on Tuesday, urging older generations to think of their children's future when they vote in the 23 June referendum on whether or not to remain in the European Union.
Prime Minister David Cameron has appealed directly to older Britons considering voting to leave the European Union, saying "think about the hopes and dreams of your children and grandchildren."
Two days before a referendum on EU membership, Cameron appealed directly to older voters who are the most Euroskeptic segment of the population.
Speaking outside 10 Downing St., he said leaving the bloc would risk the country's economic security - and younger generations would have to live with the consequences.