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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on UK-Europe referendum

The prime minister said he knew where he stood on Europe and that it was "in the national interest", as he clashed with the Labour leader over their party's EU policies and referendum calls.

David Cameron said there was a "massive change taking place in Europe" and Britain was better off in the EU, but he was not in favour of an in-out referendum.

Ed Miliband teased Mr Cameron over a previous quote about the Tory party "banging on about Europe" and he asked him whether the UK would be in the EU in five years' time.

  • 16 Jan 2013
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