EU Likely to Compromise With U.K. on Benefits, Roivas Says

  • PM says Baltic nation's priority is free movement of labor
  • Estonia isn't worried about U.K. cuts to migrant benefits

European Union members are willing to accept U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s demands for reforms as long as free movement of people is guaranteed, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said.

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