- David Cameron promises a referendum on EU membership in the first half of the next parliament
- In a speech, he argues that the British people's consent for the EU is "wafer thin"
- Deputy PM Nick Clegg says the referendum promise will "hit growth and jobs"
- At PMQs, Mr Cameron says he will campaign to stay in the EU if membership renegotiation aims are met
- Labour says the speech shows Mr Cameron is "weak"
- UKIP leader Nigel Farage says the referendum should happen before the 2015 election
- Samantha Dalton
- Justin Parkinson
- Kayte Rath
Last updated 23 January 2013Share
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