Horse trading still required on Cameron’s Brexit deal – Harkin

The British Prime Minister David Cameron is
hailing a draft EU deal on Britain’s EU reform demands as a victory. The draft
deal was published today by the EU Council President Donald Tusk. Mr Cameron’s
demands include
an emergency welfare brake on in-work
benefits for EU migrants for up to four years. He’s also calling for a “red
card” veto system enabling national parliaments to club together to block EU
legislation. The
British Prime Minister now has to
convince the other EU leaders to sign up to his demands at an EU Summit later
this month. The Independent MEP Marian Harkin says it will not be easy for Mr
Cameron to achieve agreement on all of his demands.

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Britain’s power will increase if it stays in EU – Kelly

The President of the European Council Donald
Tusk is expected to unveil a draft deal today on David Cameron’s EU reform
demands. Mr Cameron has made a number of demands including
an “emergency brake” on migration that would give countries the ability
to suspend benefits to migrants for up to four years. He’s also calling for a
“red card” veto system enabling national parliaments to club together to block
EU legislation. The Fine Gael MEP Sean Kelly says it is in Britain’s interests
to remain within the EU.

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