Cameron Presses Tusk for Immediate Brake on EU Migrant WelfareBy
Talks in London to center on terms of U.K. limits to benefits
Anti-EU campaign dismisses negotiations as meaningless `fudge'
Prime Minister David Cameron will press for the immediate application of an “emergency brake” on welfare payments to European Union migrants in Britain in talks with European Council President Donald Tusk in London on Sunday.
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