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Cameron desperate to get EU reforms as referendum campaigns get under way in UK

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Mr Cameron talking to Mrs Merkel during a walk at Chequers, the Prime Minister's official country residence, in southern England last Friday. Over dinner, Mrs Merkel told Mr Cameron that she could not deliver EU reforms on her own, that he must broaden his diplomatic campaign with other European leaders.

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UK PREMIER David Cameron is desperately trying to persuade German Chancellor Angela Merkel to agree to European Union (EU) reforms.

The reforms are urgent as the referendum on whether Britain remains in the EU, will take place within the next two years and the "Yes" and "No

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