london - Britain leaving the European Union and other EU countries did not agree with David Cameron's demands for reform of the union. The British Prime Minister will make a powerful warning this week that it is serious, according to several media Saturday. In a letter to EU President Donald Tusk, published Tuesday, Cameron writes that he wants to negotiate British membership and the demand for it.
" If we can not reach an agreement and if not being listened to our concerns, which probably does not happen, then we must ask again whether the European Union is good for us, ", Cameron will be in the letter let you know.
Cameron from both home and abroad received criticism because he does not give details about the British demands. According to media reports, he wants to tighten the rules for EU labor migrants. He also argues for less EU integration and more power for national governments to block European legislation.
Cameron has a lot more talk about the British EU membership, but experts are warning has never been so powerful. The prime minister believes the current situation is unacceptable.