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>> It's the kind of warning he was looking for, a declaration from G7 leaders that leaving the EU would be a serious risk to global economic growth.>> The communiqué is very clear about the economic dangers and the economic risks.>> UK Prime Minister, though, forced to admit that the referendum wasn't formally discussed.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel saying Bricker was no subject here. In fact, in the 32 page post summit press release, it got just one paragraph. UK journalists didn't let him off the hook. Cameron having to bat off accusations that he's a closet brexiteer.>> No, I'm not really closet anything.
I pretty much had the same view about Europe ever since I got involved in active politics.>> Leaving the summit communique in hand, Cameron will hope he's returning with more ammunition for the remain camp. But as Reuters' Liz Piper notes from the UK, those wanting to leave already have have a tested response.
>> I think they will play it as why should we listen to foreign leaders? We want our country to be the best it can possibly be and that might be why Cameron has played down Brexit at this G7 meeting. Not what's given more fuel to the fire that Britain shouldn't be lectured by foreign leaders.
>> And at this point, every speech and statement seems increasingly important. With under a month til voting day, nobody knows the exact lie of the land. Telephone polls suggest the in camp are comfortably ahead. But those conducted online show a tight race that out might edge.>> Campaign because they're putting out