Juncker Confirms: ‘British Need to Know – There Will Be No More Renegotiation’

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has confirmed that there will be no further renegotiation of Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU) if the British people opt to remain in the EU tomorrow. “The British policy makers and British voters have to know that there will not be any kind of renegotiation,” he told reporters in Brussels, according to AFP. His intervention directly contradicts the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who in an interview with The Telegraph yesterday said he could “guarantee” that a Remain vote would give him a mandate to push for further changes to Britain’s relationship with the EU. Asked whether he could “guarantee” that he will push for tougher migration controls – an issue which has been toxic to the remain campaign – Mr. Cameron said: “Yes of course. This is an ongoing process.” He added: “Reform doesn’t end on Friday. The only way it ends is if we leave.” Not so, according to Mr. Juncker. He has insisted that the EU will not offer anything more than that which was given at the renegotiation summits held in February this year; a deal which was widely accepted to have been a damp squib. “We have concluded