At 5:30 am in Brussels, David Cameron finally closed off all the negotiations which were going on all through the whole night with European Council president Donald Tusk, French president Francois Hollande, and other European leaders. The meeting was held at European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. It seems he had put put all his heart and soul in pulling up the victory in the meeting. He had put all his efforts to keep Britain inside the EU.
David Cameron decision had seen to be resisted by Michael Gove as he said that Britain would be much ‘freer, fairer and better off outside the EU”. But no resistance could back off Cameron’s campaign at the referendum. Mr Cameron had also pleaded pubic voters to completely reject British exit from EU as it is very important for Britain’s economic and national security. He believes that Britain is a lot “safer, stronger and better off” being a part of reformed EU. However, he did receive a lot of criticism and oppositions ready to defy his case.