French ministers begin open attacks on British EU veto

French ministers begin open slamming of Britain's use of its veto at an EU summit on Friday, ahead of David Cameron's much-awaited parliamentary speech.

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France said on Sunday it regretted Britain's decision to use its veto at an EU summit on Friday saying the 27-nation bloc would have been better off if British Prime Minister David Cameron had voted with the rest, reports Reuters.