Cameron Outlines His EU Negotiation Demands
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will stake Britain’s place in the European Union on his ability to restrict welfare payments to people coming to the U.K. from elsewhere in the bloc. In a letter to EU President Donald Tusk to be published on Tuesday morning, the prime minister will set out demands to change the U.K.’s relationship with the EU. In a speech at Chatham House in London, Cameron said as part of the renegotiation process “I am asking European leaders for a clear, legally binding and irreversible agreement” on ending Britain’s obligation to ever-closer union.
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