Tuesday July 7, 2020

Cameron takes 'Brexit' case to EU's centre as Hollande digs in

The French government remains unconvinced by aspects of the UK reform agenda

16th February, 2016
British prime minister David Cameron in France yesterday ahead of a crucial EU summit meeting this week Pic: Getty Images

Prime Minister David Cameron takes his case for an overhaul of the terms of Britain’s membership of the European Union to Brussels on Tuesday as the French government digs in its heels over aspects of his reform agenda.

Cameron is due to meet with senior European Parliament members including the body’s president, Martin Schulz, and the heads of the two biggest caucuses as he attempts to win them over before a summit of...

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