Cameron: Britain will not trigger EU exit negotiations "at this time"

The British government will not trigger EU exit negotiations "at this stage," Prime Minister David Cameron tells parliament.

Britain must first "determine the kind of relationship we want with the EU" before invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, he says in his first address to lawmakers since Britain vote to leave the bloc last week.

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