Britain's Cameron rejects in/out EU referendum anytime soon
LONDON Jan 16 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he did not favour holding an in/out referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union now, but said he felt it was right to renegotiate its role in the bloc.
"I don't think it would be right for Britain to have an in/out referendum today because I think we would be giving the British people a false choice," Cameron told parliament.
- Scores rescued from sinking South Korean ferry, two dead: officials
- Ukraine launches 'gradual' operation, action limited |
- Americans increasingly prefer Democrats on healthcare: Reuters/Ipsos poll
- China economic growth slows to 18-month low in first quarter
- Russia prepared to let tanks roll across borders: German minister