LONDON Dec 11 British Foreign Secretary
William Hague said on Sunday a decision to opt out of a new
European Union treaty at a summit last week would not leave the
country isolated and on the fringes of Europe.
"We are not marginalised I don't agree, I don't use the
terminology, two-speeed Europe, that implies there is one group
getting on with something more quickly than another group,"
Hague, a Conservative in the coalition government, told Sky news
in an interview.
Earlier on Sunday Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister
Nick Clegg said he was bitterly disappointed by the outcome of
last week's European Union summit saying it risked leaving