French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attends a session of questions to the government at the French National Assembly in Paris on January 20, 2016. AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG
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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned Thursday that it would be a "very bad thing" if Britain left the EU, but warned that British demands cannot be met at any price.Valls was speaking just hours before British Prime Minister David Cameron was set to lay out his vision of Britain's place in the world in a speech at the Swiss ski resort.Cameron hopes to strike a deal on renegotiating Britain's ties with Brussels at an EU summit next month, before calling a referendum on the country's membership on the EU. He will campaign to stay in the union.
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