Cameron's Eurosceptic credentials

Opposition Conservatives appeal to core voters with message on Europe.

    Britain's main opposition party, the Conservatives, have a narrow lead with voters ahead of next week's general election, opinion polls suggest.

    But one message that divides voters across the country is Britain's relationship with Europe.

    David Cameron, the Conservative party leader, delivers a Eurosceptic message that the party wants to be "in Europe, not run by Europe" that appeals to many of the party's core voters.

    Al Jazeera's Barbara Serra reports. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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