U.K.'s Cameron wants EU membership changes
Fundamental changes in relationship with European Union sought by British PM
British Prime Minister David Cameron says he hopes to negotiate fundamental changes in his country's membership of the European Union which can then be put to the country in a referendum.
He is expected to lay out plans for his views on Britain's relationship with the EU in a speech on Friday in the Netherlands.
Ahead of the long-awaited speech, Cameron told BBC radio on Monday that he does not favour an immediate in-or-out vote on membership in the EU, saying that is a false choice.
Cameron says he favours staying in the 27-member EU and that he is confident of achieving changes which would make membership more comfortable for Britain.
Sharp divisions over Europe have long led to fractures in Cameron's Conservative Party.