Cameron fights for his place in history with EU vote

British Prime Minister David Cameron landed himself in his current position by promising in 2013 to hold a referendum on Europe if he won the 2015 electionPrime Minister David Cameron is playing a high-stakes game which will decide his place in political history with negotiations aimed at preventing Britain from leaving the EU in a looming referendum, experts say. Cameron landed himself in his current position by promising in 2013 to hold a referendum on Europe if he won the 2015 election. Paradoxically for a leader who is arguing for Britain to stay in the European Union, Cameron has described himself as a eurosceptic.

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