Thursday July 9, 2020

Cameron enters crucial week for Britain's future in EU

EU leaders will meet in Brussels on Thursday to discuss UK membership

15th February, 2016
British prime minister David Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron enters the final week of negotiations over Britain’s future in the European Union with a message for his continental counterparts: “Brexit” would hurt you too.

The argument that the 28-nation bloc would be weaker without its second-biggest economy gives Cameron leverage as he closes in on a deal to reset the UK’s terms of membership ahead of a stay-or-leave referendum. Bones of contention remain the extent to...

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