DAVID Cameron faced anger last night after rejecting referendum calls following a new Franco-German blueprint for overhauling the European Union.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy yesterday agreed that the EU needed a “tougher treaty” to unify the economies of the 17 eurozone nations.
At crisis talks in Paris, they called for “structural changes” in the EU to ensure the financial meltdown “must never happen again”.
Their proposals included sweeping powers for Brussels bureaucrats to penalise countries that break strict budgetary limits and the establishment of a massive permanent bail-out fund.
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