Friday, November 2, 2012

UK Parliament Votes Down Increased Funding to EU

Funding for the European Union has sparked a rebellion in the British Parliament.

Prime Minister David Cameron's own Conservative backbenchers dealt him the worst defeat since he took power in 2010.

Eurosceptic Tories joined forces with the opposition and voted for cutting the UK's cash flow to Brussels.

Mark Pritchard believes the EU is inefficient and that Britons should get the chance to vote on whether to stay part of it...


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