British PM Sets Terms of EU Membership


cameronBritish Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to outline his terms in renegotiating his country’s membership in the European Union in a speech on Tuesday.

In a letter to European Council president Donald Tusk, Cameron detailed concessions he’d like to achieve in negotiations among EU leaders, including protection of the single market for Britain and other non-euro countries, boosting competitiveness, exempting Britan from “ever-closer union” and restricting EU migrants’ access to in-work benefits.

The letter comes ahead of a referendum to decide whether Britain stays in the 28-nation bloc, due before the end of 2017. Read more at BBC News.



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