Will Cameron pay the £1.7 billion EU bill?

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Will Cameron pay the £1.7 billion EU bill?
24th October 2014

The UK has been stung by Brussells, who are demanding we hand over an extra £1.7 billion contribution to the EU.

The bill is based on figures from 1995, though, which has led to confusion from many. Prime Minister David Cameron repeatedly promised he 'wouldn't pay the bill on Decemember 1st.' Questions have been raised, though: will he pay on December 2nd? 

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