použité (The Guardian)
Over the course of the campaign, I hope that the British public will see through the narrow, divisive arguments peddled by the leave campaign. Polling evidence suggests that, if we get our arguments across effectively, economics will trump immigration as the deciding consideration for most voters. That’s why the remain campaign, at this stage in the race, is in a better place than those who would have us leave.
In itself, a single press conference is unlikely to shift many votes. But the president has enriched the proposition that grown-up countries do not isolate themselves, preferring to “leverage” their alliances and strengthen their collaborations. Cameron could hardly have asked for more. As Obama’s predecessor said in very different circumstances: mission accomplished.