CAMERON REJECTS EURO INTEGRATION

PRIME Minister David Cameron (left) said the UK will not fund a bailout of Portugal and Spain. “We want a strong Eurozone . . . but we are not going to be drawn into fresh and new mechanisms within the euro,” he said, even as French Prime Minister Francois Fillon called on the UK to embrace integration. EU president Herman Van Rompuy (right) added that market pricing of the debt of some EU countries was “absurd”.