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CONFIRMED: EU Referendum 23 June: Live Reactions

David Cameron has returned from Brussels after reaching a final deal with EU leaders. Follow the latest developments below as the Cabinet meets and reactions come in: Telegraph: Brace yourselves for an establishment stitch-up: Tim Stanley writes in the Telegraph:

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Farage Slams ‘Dave’s Deal’

UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage on Friday said the agreement on Prime Minister David Cameron’s demands for EU reforms at a key summit in Brussels was “not worth the paper it’s written on”. “This deal that he’s done

UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage on Friday said …

‘Cameron’s Climbdown’: UK Media Sceptical on EU Deal

Several newspapers reacted sceptically on Saturday to an agreement on reforming Britain’s EU membership struck by Prime Minister David Cameron that will pave the way for an historic referendum. “Cameron’s Climbdown,” read a headline on the Daily Express website following

Several newspapers reacted sceptically on Saturday to an agreement on …

Cameron Back In Brussels In Push To Secure EU Deal

(AFP) – Prime Minister David Cameron will on Tuesday hold talks with the head of the European Parliament on a deal to avoid Britain crashing out of the EU, ahead of a crunch summit this week. The British premier will

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***LIVE REACTIONS: Cameron’s EU Deal Published***

David Cameron’s long-awaited EU deal has been published. Check below for reactions from politicians, journalists etc: LEAVE.EU’S RICHARD TICE WRITES FOR BREITBART: EU Deal Draft ‘Even Bigger Embarrassment Than Expected’ JACOB REES-MOGG: DEAL ‘LONG ON WORDS, SHORT ON SUBSTANCE’: Tory

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EU’s Tusk to Present New Proposal in Britain Talks

The head of the European Council will on Tuesday present a “new settlement” proposal in talks with Britain on reforms aimed at keeping the country in the 28-nation bloc. The move came after British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday

The head of the European Council will on Tuesday present …

Poll: Failure To Win Key EU Reforms Could Swing UK Referendum

LONDON (Reuters) – British support for remaining in the European Union (EU) will fall significantly if Prime Minister David Cameron is not able to achieve safeguards for non-euro zone countries and curbs to welfare payments for migrants, according to a


Cameron’s EU Talks Hit Trouble

David Cameron heads to Brussels Thursday hoping to breathe new life into Britain’s bid to recast its ties with the European Union, which has hit problems over a plan to cut benefits for migrants. With a referendum on leaving the


UK Hints At Compromise With EU On ‘Brexit’ Demand

Britain is willing to listen to alternatives to its demand for limits on EU migrant benefits, foreign minister Philip Hammond said Monday, apparently opening the door to a compromise on the major hurdle to a deal. Amid opposition from Britain’s


EU’s Tusk Says Deal To Keep Britain In Could Come In February

BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – European Union leaders could clinch a deal with British Prime Minister David Cameron in February to prevent the bloc’s second largest economy leaving, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Thursday. Cameron is seeking to renegotiate Britain’s


The EU: A Wounded Beast Whose Time Has Passed

The beast is wounded – probably mortally – but it will take an inordinately long time to die and in its prolonged death throes it will devastate whole nations’ economies, living standards and dignity. Circle the date ‘5 July 2015’ in your

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A Handy Checklist: What The Tories Want In Europe

On Wednesday this week the Conservative Party’s manifesto promise of an In/Out referendum on membership of the EU became Government policy following its formal announcement in the Queen’s Speech. To date opponents of the plan have alleged that the policy

The Union Flag flies next to the European Flag outside the European Commission building in central London