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Europe Weekly: Cameron’s EU pledge
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In this week’s edition, Britain’s David Cameron vows to hold an in-out EU referendum if he is prime minister after the next general election.

Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem replaces Luxembourg’s Jean Claude Juncker at the helm of the Eurogroup

And France and Germany mark 50 years of friendship and the Elysée Treaty.

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