As part of the Davos World Economic Forum, UK Prime minister, David Cameron is urging his EU counterparts to follow Britain’s example. In his words: “In Britain we had to be bold”.
In a message to his European counterparts, Mr Cameron argued his government’s efforts to tackle its deficit had “earned credibility and got (the UK) ahead of the markets”, and eurozone leaders should now take similarly decisive action.
The eurozone crisis was “weighing down business confidence and investment” across Europe, he said, and EU leaders had to “to show the leadership our people are demanding”.
“Tinkering here and there and hoping we’ll drift to a solution simply won’t cut it any more,” he said.
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