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Cameron gives statement to MPs over EU veto
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David Cameron to address MPs at 1530 GMT on the reasons behind his EU veto
Deputy PM Nick Clegg says the decision was "bad for Britain"
Labour say Mr Cameron mishandled the negotiations and has left Britain isolated
Cameron's EU veto: Reports and reaction
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