Activists who want Britain to leave the EU claim the country would one day face a wave of immigration from Turkey if it votes to remain in the bloc. Britain's PM insists his nation has a veto on Turkish membership in the EU. The debate comes as the EU and Ankara try to finalize a deal aimed at stopping the flow of migrants from Turkey to Greece. VOA's Henry Ridgwell reports.
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