Miliband: 'Be hard-headed on EU'

Miliband: 'Be hard-headed on EU'

Brussels : Belgium | Nov 18, 2012 at 6:45 AM PST
Source: BBC
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Ed Miliband backs 'hard-headed' approach to EU reform Douglas Alexander, shadow foreign secretary, says the Labour party wants reform of the EU rather than an exit. Labour should not shrink from "being open about the problems" of the EU and should back a "hard-headed" approach to reform,... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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