British PM Cameron delighted over talks of EU membership renegotiation

By REUTERS
June 26, 2015 04:40

 
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BRUSSELS - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that he was delighted to have begun a renegotiation of Britain's membership of the European Union.

Speaking to reporters in Brussels at around 1:00 AM local time after hours of talks with other EU leaders on Greece and the migration crisis, Cameron said:

"It has been a long night and we have discussed some very important subjects, but above all I am delighted that the process of British reform and renegotiation and the referendum that we are going to hold - that process is now properly underway."

"People always say to me: 'These things aren't possible. You will never get them done.' Well, once again we have proved we will get them done: We have started that process."

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