Leader of the Liberal Democrat Party Nick Clegg unveils their election manifesto in south London on April 15, 2015. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
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Britain's Liberal Democrats, possible kingmakers after a close election in three weeks' time, hinted they could back some form of Prime Minister David Cameron's plan to hold an EU membership referendum in return for unspecified concessions.Cameron's plan to hold an EU referendum by 2017 was not among them, however, and though the Liberal Democrats made clear they didn't think the Conservative leader's Europe strategy was a wise one, they hinted they might be able to sign up to an amended version of it.Wednesday's manifesto, which presented the party as a moderating force, was framed to allow the party to take on a coalition role with either Labour or the Conservatives.
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