Hague: 'We want a better EU relationship'

Prime Minister David Cameron has used a newspaper article to suggest he may hold a referendum on Britain's relationship with Europe.

The Foreign Secretary, William Hague, said David Cameron would set out his approach to Europe in detail in the autumn.

Mr Hague told Andrew Marr the Conservatives wanted a "better relationship" with Europe.

But added that a referendum should not be held until it became clearer what impact the crisis in the Eurozone would have on the shape of the European Union.

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