Fear of a Two-Speed Europe Britain Vetoes Changes to EU Treaties

At marathon talks in Brussels, European leaders failed to reach agreement on changes to the EU treaties to help solve the debt crisis after Britain opposed the plans. The 17 euro-zone members and six other states will now go ahead with their own pact, prompting fears of a split in the bloc. 
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the European Council headquarters on Friday morning after a night of negotiations.

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the European Council headquarters on Friday morning after a night of negotiations.

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Photo Gallery: British Press Reacts to Cameron's Veto
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Photo Gallery: British Press Reacts to Cameron's Veto

dgs - with wire reports