There may have been much talk of business support for Prime Minister David Cameron's high-stakes referendum on European Union (EU) membership, but law firms are certainly not among the converted. Legal Week's latest Big Question found commercial partners largely united in opposition to Cameron's highly publicised commitment to hold a referendum on the UK's EU membership by the end of 2017 if the Conservative Party wins the next general election.
PM's pledge to hold 'in-out' referendum on EU membership draws ire from partners. Alex Newman reports There may have been much talk of business support for Prime Minister David Cameron's high-stakes...
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