TORY MPS WANT UK VETO POWERS OVER EU LAWS.

 
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A group of 95 Conservative British MPs have written to Prime Minister David Cameron to ask that the UK Parliament's lower chamber be able to have veto rights for all existing and future EU laws, says the British press. This veto, which would require the adoption of a law by British MPs, "would enable [the Westminster] to disapply EU legislation, where it is in our vital national interests to do so," they add. At the moment, the British Parliament does not have the automatic right to veto on EU legislation and the prime minister can only use veto on very delicate matters, such as defence and the EU's budget. The prime minister replied that he was going to "examine this idea very closely. But we need to know what that will mean in...

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