In a move which draws the battlelines for the 2015 general election, Mr Cameron has promised a renegotiation of Britain's position in the EU, with the public given the chance to vote before the end of 2017.Mr Cameron was cheered into the Commons by his backbenchers after making the promise, but at Prime Minister's Questions Mr Miliband said the policy would lead to "years of uncertainty".
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