Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday that he hoped the rejection by Dutch voters of a key EU pact with Ukraine would not affect Britain's own referendum on whether to stay in or leave the European Union.
"I hope it won't affect the results of our referendum because it is a very different issue," the Conservative leader said while campaigning for the June 23 vote in south-west England.
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