One senior European politician said angrily that British Prime Minister David Cameron was "like a man who comes to a wife-swapping party without his wife," and there was some truth in that. Britain does not even use the euro currency, shared by 17 of the 27 EU members, but Cameron insisted on being part of the discussion in Brussels about how to save it. And in the end, he vetoed the solution that all the others had agreed on.
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