Cameron makes case for UK’s place in the EU

British prime minister wants “fundamental change” to the EU for all member states; will call ‘in-out’ referendum after next British election.

David Cameron, the British prime minister, this morning (23 January) made a speech in London in which he said that he wanted to “settle this question about Britain and Europe”.

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