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The two leaders meeting in London in April 2011. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP/Press Association Images
London Calling

Taoiseach to meet Cameron over EU issues

Enda Kenny is meeting David Cameron today for the first time since Britian’s recent veto on changes to the EU treaty to discuss issues of ‘common interest’.

THE TAOISEACH is to hold a private meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street in London this morning.

Enda Kenny will present a speech on Ireland’s ‘road to economic recovery’ at a Reuters business and media event before meeting with Cameron. He will discuss job creation and efforts to stabilise Ireland’s finances.

Kenny and Cameron are expected to discuss issues of common interest, including challenges facing the EU, according to the Taoiseach’s office.

It is their first meeting since Cameron vetoed changes to the EU treaty in a recent bid to protect the euro. Britain was the only EU member to veto the move.

Kenny will then attend a Global Irish Network event before visiting the Luton Irish Centre later this afternoon.

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