Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has sent a letter to parliament advocating that EU members be given the option to opt out of key European institutions after joining them. Rutte's statement, which according to the Associated Press echoes previous ones he's made at international forums, included specific references to eurozone and the Schengen free travel zone. It comes at a time when euroskepticism is on the rise in key EU member states, most pointedly in Britain where Prime Minister David Cameron has committed to holding a referendum on the UK's relationship to the Union.
Dutch PM Urges EU Opt-Out Options
UPDATED 7:25 AM EST, February 1, 2013