UK PM Cameron lays out demands for Britain to stay in EU

British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech at the Chatham House thinktank in central London on November 10, 2015, where he outlined his proposed plan for changes to Britain's EU membershipPrime Minister David Cameron warned Tuesday that Britain could leave the EU if it does not get the reforms it wants before a “once-in-a-generation” referendum to settle its troubled relationship with Europe. In a major speech outlining Britain’s demands for change following pressure from EU leaders, Cameron warned he was ready to “think again” about Britain’s membership if he could not strike a deal with Brussels and the bloc’s 27 other member states. Cameron’s comments came as he sends a long-awaited letter to EU president Donald Tusk laying out Britain’s shopping list for change to avert a “Brexit” in a vote due to be held by 2017 at the latest.

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