Prime Minister Alexander Stubb (NCP) on Thursday welcomed to Finland his British counterpart David Cameron, who – with the United Kingdom edging closer to the exit door of the European Union – is currently one of the most talked-about policy-makers in Europe. “It's our desire that Britain stays in the EU,” Stubb said in Helsinki on Thursday. “Britain is a good partner for the EU, but right now the British EU debate is fiercer than ever.”
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Cameron arrived in Finland to participate in the fourth annual Northern Future Forum alongside his Nordic and Baltic counterparts.