Cameron finally concedes Britain could quit Europe as he prepares to offer referendum on the subjectPrime Minister says UK exit not his 'preference' but was now 'imaginable'He may look to negotiate a looser, trade-based relationship with Brussels | UPDATED: 00:16 GMT, 18 December 2012 David Cameron admitted for the first time last night that Britain might leave the European Union. The Prime Minister said that while a UK exit was not his ‘preference’, it was however ‘imaginable’. Mr Cameron is preparing to offer a referendum on Britain’s future in Europe in a speech next month.
Now you can get all the way round London on the overground as 76m final piece of track completes circleThe 76m line – running 16 trains an hour – will reduce journey timesAround 12.3m passengers a year are expected to use the new linkFrom Clapham Junction, it will now take 28 minutes to Canada Water and 35 minutes to ShoreditchBut a trip on the orbital section cannot be taken uninterrupted | UPDATED: 20:09 GMT, 10 December 2012 A 76million 'missing link' stretch of railway – dubbed the M25 on rails – was officially opened to rush hour passengers today. The new 1,422 yards of track south west of Surrey Quays station links the east London section of London Overground with existing track to the north of Queen’s Road Peckham in south east London.