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just a few weeks ago the labor party was promising to stay in europe bots now it's joined david cameron bucking plans to hold a referendum on e. u. membership by twenty seventeen the prime minister has demanded reform from the european union an entity he sees is overly bureaucratic and inefficient , later on that miliband argued the benefits of being in the e. u. were obvious now they've said they agree kelman's plans to let voters decide , there is an agenda that for reform we won't see that reform go ahead but we also do feel and this is a real center of gravity in the labor party that our economic future will be much better if we stay in europe but actually the benefits of europe are not equally shed and they need to be equally shared , resistance to a vote on the issue had seemed futile cameron will on wednesday announced plans to make the referendum little but they still monks a huge u. turn for labor as it continues soul searching following an unexpectedly resounding defeat at this month's general election , a yougov poll for the sunday times found forty four percent of people wanted to stay in the e. u. conflict six percent want to leave eyes will now be on what reforms camera can get from the u.