- Keeping our border controls and cracking down on benefit tourism
- Securing more trade but not an 'ever closer union'
- Taking back control of justice and home affairs
- Getting a better deal for British taxpayers
Thursday, 10 April 2014
The EU is heading in a direction Britain never signed up to.
That's why the European Elections on May 22nd are so important. They're your chance to vote for real change in Europe.
As Prime Minister, I've stood up for Britain's interests - securing a cut in the EU budget to protect British taxpayers, and vetoing a new EU Fiscal Treaty that didn't guarantee a level playing field for British businesses.
But we need to go further. I will renegotiate our relationship with the EU, bringing power back to Britain and away from Brussels:
Then I'll give you the final decision on our membership of the EU with an in-out referendum by the end of 2017.
Labour and the Lib Dems won't stand up for Britain, while UKIP simply can't deliver on anything they promise.
So if you want real change in Europe, join our campaign today. Sign up for one of the Action Days happening across the country, and help deliver real change in Europe.