Prime Minister Cameron on Outcome of European Union Summit
Prime Minister David Cameron reported to the House of Commons about the European Union’s Eurozone Crisis Summit. He stated that… read more
Prime Minister David Cameron reported to the House of Commons about the European Union’s Eurozone Crisis Summit. He stated that a working Eurozone needs a working banking union, which Great Britain will not be part of. He also expressed the importance of the Eurozone remaining a single market.
Labour Party leader Ed Miliband also spoke, criticizing Prime Minister Cameron’s conclusions about the summit.
Great Britain is not a part of the Eurozone, but is a part of the European Union. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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