Source: Fortune, BBC
In an article by Fortune, they emphasis the fact that ”A two-day E.U. summit gets under way in Brussels on Thursday. First up on the agenda: discussion of the reforms the U.K. has said are necessary before it holds a referendum to determine whether or not it remains in the bloc.”
They also state within it that the ”U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has laid out a series of demands; chief among them is restricting E.U. migrants from claiming in- and out-of-work benefits until they’ve been a resident for four years.”
He also wants ”Britain to be formally exempted from the group’s founding ambition to form an ‘ever closer union.’ Also on his wish list is explicit acknowledgement that nations that do not use the euro will not be disadvantaged in any way and a reduction of the “burden” of excessive regulation and the extension of the single market.”
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Will the demands of David Cameron be acknowledge and accepted in time for an EU referendum to be held around early 2017 time? Do you think that the UK will eventually exit or remain in the EU?
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