UK's Cameron to give delayed EU speech on Wednesday
LONDON Jan 21 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron will give his delayed and long-awaited speech on the European Union in London on Wednesday, Jan. 23, his office said on Monday.
Cameron postponed the speech last Friday because of the Algeria hostage crisis. He had originally been due to speak in Amsterdam.
"Wednesday morning in London fits best with the prime minister's schedule," Cameron's spokesman said.
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