David Cameron: UK and France find 'common ground'

Prime Minister David Cameron has said the UK and France have ''found much common ground,'' following a meeting with French President Francois Hollande in London.

After talks in Downing Street, he said they agreed that the European Union's budget should not be allowed to expand to "unacceptable" levels.

Mr Cameron said both leaders were also committed to building on their close collaboration when it came to defence.

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