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'Brexit' gamble enters crunch phase as Cameron returns to Merkel

The UK prime minister has said the referendum will be held by the end of next year at the latest

6th January, 2016
British prime minister David Cameron

The paradox of David Cameron’s European Union renegotiation is that the prime minister who’s taken Britain closest to leaving the bloc is also the one who’s setting the record for EU diplomacy.

Cameron travels to Bavaria on Wednesday to meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and senior members of the Christian Social Union, her political allies, before heading to Hungary on Thursday. It’s his fourth meeting with Merkel outside...

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