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Labour leader Ed Miliband has accused David Cameron of having no clear position on whether there should be a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has mocked David Cameron's stance on an EU referendum.
He told MPs that the Prime Minister was trying to appease the divisions in his own party, rather than acting in the interests of the nation.
Mr Miliband accused the PM of having a "hokey cokey weekend".
David Cameron has risked angering Tory backbenchers by again refusing to back a quick poll on Britain's membership of the European Union.
The PM said he did not believe that voting to leave the EU would be the best thing for the country.
Ed Miliband has given his reaction to the Prime Minister's statement in Parliament and has said David Cameron can not be part of the solution to the economy because he is part of the problem.
David Cameron said that he does not agree with an immediate yes-no referendum because leaving the EU would not be right for Britain but that keeping the Status Quo on Britian may also not be right therefore 'it would also be wrong to rule out any sort of referendum for the future.'
In his statement to Parliament, David Cameron said Britain should not be guaranteeing any European banks and should be supervised by the Bank of England and not the ECB.
David Cameron has said Britain is not in the Euro and will not join the Euro in his statement on the Eurozone crisis in Parliament
Liberal Democrat MEP Sir Graham Watson has described Liam Fox's speech about the future direction of the European Union as "a desperate move by a discredited Tory to bang the populist drum to try to revitalise an ailing political career".
Sir Graham said:
Senior Tory backbencher John Redwood has urged the Government to press for a renegotiation of the UK's relationship with the EU now.
He wrote on his blog:
David Cameron's official spokesman has said that the position on a referendum which the Prime Minister set out over the weekend did not represent a shift from his comments at the European Council last Friday, when he appeared to be ruling out a poll.
The spokesman told a daily media briefing in Westminster.
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Former defence secretary Liam Fox has said that the UK should leave the European Union unless there is a rebalancing of their relationship.
Foreign Secretary Hague said there would be a "very, very powerful" case for a referendum if Europe moved towards a more federal system.