Donald Tusk Says Parts of British EU Proposal Are Unacceptable

European Union President Donald Tusk said that EU leaders are willing to help Prime Minister David Cameron with his calls for reform of the 28-nation bloc so long as he shifts on some of his demands.

There is “goodwill of all the parties involved, but it doesn’t change the fact that some parts of the British proposal seem unacceptable,” Tusk told reporters in Brussels Thursday before an EU summit.

‘However, if Prime Minister Cameron persuades leaders tonight that we can work together to find solutions regarding all four baskets, then we will have a real chance to strike a deal in February.’’

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