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When Will the Rest of Europe Want Its Own 'Brexit'?

  • From Budapest to Paris, anti-European movements eye reforms
  • Cameron striving to tie-up deal at summit starting Feb. 18
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Will Grexit Join Brexit as a Concern for European Union?

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If David Cameron leaves next week’s European Union summit with a deal to overhaul the terms of Britain’s membership, many of his counterparts will breathe a sigh of relief -- and dig out their own wishlists.

As populist and anti-EU forces surge across the region, the prime minister’s ultimately successful strategy of issuing demands for change and threatening to leave if they’re not met has left an impression on his fellow leaders, two senior EU officials said. Some see his approach as a template for pushing their own causes, the officials said, asking not to be named because the discussions were private.