On Jan. 21, UK Prime Minister David Cameron, in a speech in London, said he will offer his country a referendum on membership of the EU in the next five years. He said that he wants to renegotiate the terms of UK’s membership in the EU, seeking to repatriate certain unspecified powers from Brussels to London.The reaction in Lithuania was huge – talk shows on Cameron’s speech were held on national TV and radio. The UK has a special place in Lithuanian minds and hearts. The English language is the best known foreign language among the young generation of Lithuanians....
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