Prime Minister Cameron casts vote in Brexit referendum

British Prime Minister David Cameron has cast his ballot in the referendum that will decide whether Britain leaves the European Union.

The Conservative leader, who has campaigned for remaining in the EU, went to a polling station near his Downing Street residence in central London, together with his wife Samantha.

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