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David Cameron refuses to pay 'completely unacceptable' £1.7bn EU bill - The Independent
The IndependentDavid Cameron refuses to pay 'completely unacceptable' £1.7bn EU billThe IndependentMr Cameron, who broke into a meeting of EU leaders to raise the issue, said the Commission needed to explain where the figure came from. “We need to make sure the Commission start answering questions about how on earth these numbers were arrived ...

David Cameron: Britain will not pay extra £1.7bn for EU budget - Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukDavid Cameron: Britain will not pay extra £1.7bn for EU budgetTelegraph.co.ukDavid Cameron arrives at the start of the second day of the European head of states summit in Brussels (Stephanie Lecocq/EPA). Labour and the Liberal Democrats also said the demand was unacceptable. Ed Balls, the shadow chancellor, claimed the Prime ...David Cameron kept in the dark over EU's bill for €2.1bnThe GuardianCameron: UK won't pay £1.7bn EU billBBC NewsDavid Cameron to challenge EU's demand for extra £1.7bnThe IndependentFinancial Times -Newsweekall 863 news articles »

David Cameron labels EU demand for extra £1.7bn from UK unacceptable - The Guardian
The GuardianDavid Cameron labels EU demand for extra £1.7bn from UK unacceptableThe GuardianEurope's finance ministers will convene an emergency meeting following the disclosure of a demand for some countries, including Britain, to contribute billions more to the EU budget, the prime minister's spokesman has said. David Cameron believes the ...

David Cameron refuses to pay £1.7bn EU bill by 1 December deadline - The Guardian
David Cameron refuses to pay £1.7bn EU bill by 1 December deadlineThe GuardianDavid Cameron delivered his most embittered attack on the EU executive in Brussels on Friday, bluntly stating that Britain would not pay more than £1.7bn in top-up EU budget payments. Taking his troubled relationship with the EU to fresh depths of ...

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