Cameron appeals to Germany to help avoid 'Brexit'

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to the media as he arrives at the European Council in Brussels for the final EU summit of the year on December 17, 2015Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday appealed to Germany to help him achieve the European Union reforms he needs to persuade Britons to remain in the 28-nation bloc. Britain is expected to hold a referendum on whether to remain in the EU by the end of 2017, and Cameron is currently in Germany to renegotiate ties with the union to help counter burgeoning British euroscepticism. Cameron wants the EU to cut bureaucracy and shift more powers from Brussels to member states.

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