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Cameron Tells EU Chief Europe Must Change


The Prime Minister plays host to Jean-Claude Juncker at Chequers as he tries to secure a reformed relationship with Brussels.

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  David Cameron evoked the spirit of Winston Churchill as he embarked on his great European campaign. The Prime Minister was entertaining Jean-Claude Juncker , the European Commission President whose appointment he tried to block last year to dinner at Chequersr. And on the agenda, some tough talking. Mr. President demands for  a better deal for Britain ahead of an in-out referendum either next year or the year after.
  Dinner with Mr. Juncker here at Chequers was part of a Charmer fensive which will take Mr. Cameron on a tour of many  European capitals over the next few weeks. His aim is to persuade the EU leaders to back his demands for renegotiation of  the terms of Great Britain's membership of the EU.
   But Mr. Cameron who admitted at the summit at ? last week that his task won't be easy has already angered political opponents by barring from voting 1.5 million Europeans who live here in the UK, even though they can vote in European and local elections.
  People like me and my husband, we are living here, we have children here, we want to raise them here, and we have a house here. I want to stay here. In my opinion I think we should get permission.
  Most of my customers are setting up homes. They've got families. They involve in everything around them, the community. They are part of the community. They are not foreigners. They do not feel themselves to be foreigners.
   Mr.Cameron has also declared that sixteen and seventeen year-olds who voted in the Scotish referendum on independence last september should not take part either.
  A lot of you are saying that sixteens and seventeens aren't engaging in politics, but I think to turn up for the referendum proves that we do care and I think our voice should be heard yes.
  Since we are the adults of the future, I think we should have a say in what's going to happen to our country.
  In a major U turn since the general election, Labour now support the referendum, but will attempt to amend the EU referendum bill so sixteens and seventeens can vote.
  You can join the armed forces. You can marry. You can start work and pay tax. I think sixteen and seventeen year-olds should be able to take part in this hugely important decision that is going to affect their future as well as everybody else's.
  Turnout  in a Scotish referendum was a massive eighty-five percent. The EU poll is unlikely to match that whenever it's held.
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[Homework] 2015-05-30 英国首相卡梅伦会见欧盟主席讨论双边关系
David Cameron invoked the spirit of  Winston Churchill, as he embarked on his great European campaign. The prime minister was entertaining Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, who’s appointment to write a bloc last year to dinner at Yorkshires, and on the agenda some tough talking. Mr Cameron’s demand a better deal for Britain ahead of in-out referendum by the next year or the year after.

Dinner with Mr. Juncker here at ** is the first part of charm offensive which will take Mr. Cameron on a tour of many European capitals over the next few weeks. His aim is to persuade EU leaders to back his demands for renegotiation of the terms of Britain’s membership of the EU.

But Mr. Cameron who admitted at the summit in Latvia last week that his task won’t be easy has already angered political opponents by barring from voting 1.5 million Europeans who live here in the UK. Even though they can vote in European and local elections.

“People like me and my husband, we are living here, we have a children here, we want to raise them here, and we have a house here and want to stay here. And in my opinion, we should get the promotion.”
“Most of my customers are staying at homes, they got mortgages, they got families. They involve in everything around them, the community, they are part of the community. They are not foreigners, we don’t feel them to be foreigners.”

Mr. Cameron has also declared that 16 and 17-year-old who voted in the Scottish referendum on independence last September should not take part, either.

“Although a few would say that 17s are not engaging in politics, but the turnout for the referendum proved that we do care and I think our voice should be heard. Yes”

“It is better we are taking. Cause you are able to cheer, you know you are definite fews are?? It is not easier to decide. You know more.”

“Since we are the adults of the future, I think we should have a say on what is gotta happen for our country.

In a major U-turn, Labor now supports the referendum, but will attempt to amend the EU   referendum bill, so 16 and 17 year old can vote.

“You can join the arm forces, you can marry, you can start work and pay taxes, I think the 16 and 17 year old should take part in the hugely important decision that gotta to affect their future as well as everybody else’s.”

Turnouts in the Scottish referendum was a massive 85%. The EU poll is unlikely match that whenever it’s held.
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David Cameron devotes the spirit of Winster Churchill as he embarks on his European campaign. The Prime Minister was entertaining Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission President, whose appointment he tried to block last year, to dinner at Chequers.
And on the agenda some tough talking. Mr Cameron demands for a better deal for Britain ahead of a in-and-out referendum either next year or the year after.
Dinner with Mr Juncker hear at  Chequers is the first part of charm offenses, which will take Mr Cameron a tour of many European capitals over the next few weeks. His aim is to persuade EU leaders to back his demands for renegotiation of the terms of Britain’s membership of the EU.
But Mr Cameron admitted at the summit in Latvia last week that his task won’t be easy has already angered political opponents by barring from a voting 1.5 million Europeans who live here in the UK, even though they can vote at European-locally elections.
People like me and my husband, we are living here. We have children here. We want to raise them here and to have a house here. And we want to stay here. And in my opinion, we should get the permission.
Most of my customers are sitting at homes. They got mortgages. They got families. They involve in everything around them to community. They are part of the community. They are not foreigners. They don’t feel themselves to be foreigners.
Mr Cameron also declared that 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds who voted on Scotland independence referendum on last September should not take part either.
I know they are saying that 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds aren’t engaged in politics. But I think the turn-out of the referendum proved that we did care. And I think our voice should be heard, yes.
It’s better at taking. Because you’re mature. You know your definite views are. So a lot easier to decide, you know more.
Since we are adults in the future. I think we should have a say what’s going to happen in our country.
In a major new turn since the general election labour now supports a referendum, but will attend to amend the EU referendum bill so 16 and 17-year-olds can vote.
You can join the arm forces, you can marry, you can pay tax. I think 16 and 17-year-olds should also be able to take part in this hugely important decision that is going to affect their future as well as everybody else’s.
Turnout of the Scotish referendum was a massive 85%. The EU poll is unlikely to match that where the arrow is held. John Cray, Skynews.
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David Cameron evokes the spirit of Winston Churchill as he embarks on his Great European campaign. The Prime Minister was entertaining Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, whose appointment he tried to block last year, to dinner at Chequers. And on the agenda, some tough talking. Mr. Cameron demands for a better deal for Britain ahead of an in-out referendum either next year or the year after.

“Diner with Mr. Juncker here at Chequers is the first part of a charm offensive, which will take Mr. Cameron on a tour of many European capitals over the next few weeks. His aim is to persuade the EU leaders to back his demands for renegotiations of the terms of British membership of the EU.”

But Mr. Cameron who admitted at the summit in Latvia last week that his task won’t be easy has already angered political opponents by barring from a voting 1.5 million Europeans who live here in the UK, even though they can vote at European and local elections.

“People like me and my husband, we are living here. We have children here. We want to raise them here and we have a house here and want to stay here. And in my opinion, I think we should get the permission.”

“Most of my customers are setting their homes. They got mortgages, they got families. They involved in everything around them, the community. They are part of the community.  They are not foreigners. They don’t feel themselves to be foreigners.”

Mr. Cameron has also declared that 16 and 17-year-old who voted in Scottish referendum on independence last September should not take part either.

“I know they are saying that 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds aren’t engaged in politics. But I think the turn-out for the referendum proved that we did care. And I think our voice should be heard, yes.”

“It’s better X because you’re able to…mature. You know your definite views are. It’s a lot easier to decide, you know more.”

“Since we are the adults in the future. I think we should have seen what’s gonna happen for our country.”

In a major u-turn since the general election, Labor now supports a referendum, but will attend to amend the EU referendum bill so 16 and 17-year-olds can vote.

“You can join the armed forces, you can marry, you can start work and pay tax, I think16 and 17-year-olds should also be able to take part in this hugely important decision, that is gonna affect their future as well as everybody else’s.”

Turnout of the Scotish referendum was a massive 85%. The EU poll is unlikely to match that whenever it’s held.

Jon Craig, Sky News, Chequers.

[Homework]2015-05-30 英国首相卡梅伦会见欧盟主席讨论双边关系

David Cameron evoked the spirit of Winston Churchill as he embarked on his great European campaign, the prime minister was entertaining Jean Claude Juncker, the European commission president whose appointment he tried to block last year to dinner at Chequers, and on the agenda some tough talking, Mr Cameron demands for a better deal for Britain ahead of an in out referendum either next year or the year after.
Dinner with Mr Juncker here at Chequers is the first part of a charm offensive which will take Mr Cameron on a  tour of many European capitals over the next few weeks, his aim is to persuade EU leaders to back his demands for renegotiation of the terms of Britain's membership of the EU.
But Mr Cameron who admitted at a summit in Latvia last week that his tasks won't be easy has already angered political opponents by barring from voting 1.5 million Europeans who live here in the UK, even though they can vote in European and local elections.
People like me and my husband we are living here, we have children here, we want to raise them here, and we have a house here and we want to stay here, and in my opinion i think we should get permission.
Most of my customers are setting up homes, they got more wages, they got families, they are involved with anything around them the community, they are part of the community, they are not foreigners, they don't feel themselves to be foreigners.
Mr Cameron has also declared that 16 and 17-year olds who voted in the Scottish referendum on independence last September should not take part either.
A lot of people say that 16 and 17-year olds aren't engaged in politics, but i think the turnout for the referendum proved that we do care and i think our voice should be heard.
It's better attending because you are able to mature, you know what your definite views are, it's a lot easier to decide you know more.
Since we are the adults of the future, i think we should have a say in what's going to happen for our country,
In a major U turn since the general election labour now supports a referendum, but will attend to amend the EU referendum bill so 16 and 17-year olds can vote.
You can join the armed forces, you can marry, you can start working and pay tax, i think 16 and 17-year olds should also be able to take part in this hugely important decision that's going to affect their future as well as everybody else's.
Turnout in the Scottish referendum was a massive 85%, the EU poll is unlikely to match that whenever it's held.
John Craig, Sky News, Chequers.
                                                   
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