“To try and shoehorn countries into a centralised political union would be a great mistake and Britain would not be a part of it,” he said in a speech at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss resort of Davos.
“If you mean that Europe has to be a political union, a country called Europe, then I disagree,” said Mr Cameron, who insisted he is arguing for a more flexible EU – not to walk out on it.
The European Union, which last year won the Nobel Peace Prize, effectively started amid the rubble of World War II – the motivation to avoid future wars.
Some even think Europe’s end-game has to be to resemble the United States of America. Countries would be so tied together in their economic and social fabric to make war inconceivable.
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