UK's Cameron Faces Calls to Issue Impact Analysis on Possible EU Exit

Britain's opposition Labour Party has demanded Prime Minister David Cameron give voters an independent analysis of the financial impact of a possible exit from the European Union ahead of an in-out membership referendum. Labour said voters needed to be better informed before casting their ballot and that Cameron's government should present analyses by the Bank of England and independent economic forecasters, the Office for Budget Responsibility, at least 10 weeks before the vote is held. The proposals were put forward in amendments to legislation enabling the referendum to take place.