I will stay up until 4:00 AM to veto EU treaties, vows Cameron

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In what could be his final post-summit press conference, British Prime Minister David Cameron admitted that some EU leaders would “breathe a sigh of relief” if he loses May’s national elections.

Asked if he would miss Brussels, and if any other heads of state and government, would miss him, Cameron replied that the working hours needed looking at.

“But if it takes until four in the morning to veto EU treaties that are not in Britain’s best interests […] I will be there and ready for the fight,” he told reporters.

Cameron has promised an in/out referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU if his Conservatives win the election.

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