Prime minister David Cameron has visited the Port of Felixstowe for the second time in a little over 12 months to address employees about the benefits of the UK’s EU membership.
Cameron visited the recently opened extension to the port’s Berth 9 on Tuesday, before delivering a speech at one of the port’s engineering workshops.
“I can’t think of anywhere better to talk about this issue of whether we should stay in a reformed European Union or whether we should leave,” said Prime minister David Cameron. “We are a trading nation and we feel this more than ever here at the Port of Felixstowe, the biggest container port in our country.
“I’m absolutely convinced the right decision for Britain is to stay in a reformed European Union.”