British Prime Minister David Cameron wants to give UK voters a "real choice" over changing their country's relationship with the EU. He will give more details inaa long-awaited speech in mid-January.aInterviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live, on 4 January, Cameron refused to reveal whether he would suggest an in/out referendum on British membership of the Union.aHe specified, however, that it would be against the UK's interests to leave the EU, as the country would have to obey all the rules of the single market with no say in what these are.

Cameron has previously said he would like to use potential treaty change negotiations to reinforce the single currency groundings to repatriate some powers from the Union, with social and employment laws as likely candidates.aIn an...

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