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Nigel Farage on David Cameron veto in EU treaty talks

The UKIP leader said David Cameron "had gained nothing" dealing with European leaders in Brussels after he vetoed an EU-wide treaty change.

Nigel Farage said British financial markets were left vulnerable and it could lead to more EU regulation of the City of London, with Britain now in the "worst of all worlds".

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  • 09 Dec 2011
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