Cameron Avoids Tampon-Tax Rebellion, Taking U.K. Agenda to EUBy and
U.K. Euro-skeptics form alliance with women's rights activists
Unpopular tax on sanitary products raises $22 million a year
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron made progress in heading off a rebellion by his lawmakers on Thursday evening as he secured backing from other European Union leaders to exempt tampons from a sales tax.
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