The Prime Minister said today that the UK is prepared to veto any deal on the EU Budget next month if it is deemed unacceptable and against national interests. He told a news conference in Brussels:
I think it would be good to have a deal, it's good to settle these issues, but it just would not be acceptable to see some huge increase in EU spending at a time when other budgets are being cut.
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