The President of the European Council is shortly expected to unveil a draft deal on David Cameron’s EU reform demands.
Donald Tusk is to outline details of the deal today. Mr Cameron has demanded an “emergency brake” on migration, giving countries the ability to
suspend benefits 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 is aiming to convince his EU counterparts
to sign up to his demands at an EU Summit on February the 18th and
19th. The Fine Gael MEP Sean Kelly says he believes a deal with
Britain will be struck.