Cameron refuses to rule out EU exit.



David Cameron yesterday set out his vision for Britain in the EU yesterday but again refused to rule out a possible pull out.

In a statement to the House of Commons reporting back from the recent Brussels Summit he said - "All futures for Britain are imaginable."

However, in a hint of what is to come in his much anticipated statement in January he also said:

"I believe the choice we should we should make is to stay in the EU to be members of the single market, to maximise our impact in Europe but where we are unhappy we parts of the relationship we shouldn't be frightened of standing up and saying so."

Mr Cameron was accused of "dithering" on his decision by Nigel Farage and "sleepwalking" toward EU exit by Ed Miliband.