EU budget 'difficult' task says Prime Minister Cameron
Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken at the European summit in Brussels saying he will appeal to fellow leaders to limit any rise in the EU's budget, but conceded the meetings "may be difficult".
The European parliament wants a six per cent increase, which would mean the UK contributing another £900 million pounds a year.
The Prime Minister has already spoken to the German Chancellor and French President to argue the case for the "lowest possible" rise.
28 Oct 2010
- From the section UK