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Top Tory minister spurns demands for UK's EU veto

LONDON--British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday rejected demands from restive fellow Conservative lawmakers for parliament to be given a veto over all European Union laws.

Some 95 backbench Conservative MPs have written to Tory Prime Minister David Cameron saying parliament should have the authority to block new EU legislation and repeal measures that threaten the “national interest.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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