British PM: I'll fight to fix EU frustration in 2016

Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to fight hard in 2016 to resolve troublesome features of Britain’s relationship with the EU ahead of a planned referendum that could come this year. Cameron said aspects of being in the European Union were the cause of “so much frustration” in Britain — but ultimately voters would decide whether the country remains in the bloc. “It’s a New Year, and Britain begins it with renewed strength.

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