Obama backs Cameron's stance over Europe

David Cameron has won the backing of US President Barack Obama for his stance over Europe.

The President said Mr Cameron was right to see if the relationship can be "fixed" before deciding to quit.

The Prime Minister has faced criticism within his own party for the strategy but after talks at the White House, Obama said membership of the EU was an expression of Britain's global influence.

ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:

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