Britain wants to stay in 'reformed EU': Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron attends a press conference after a bilateral meeting with the Romanian President at Cotroceni Palace, the Romanian Presidency headquarters in Bucharest on December 9, 2015British Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday that Britain wants to stay in the European Union but only if the bloc carries out “difficult” reforms including limits to migrant benefits. “I want Britain to stay in a reformed European Union. “As (EU president Donald Tusk) said earlier this week, we are making good progress, but I recognise that some areas are more difficult than others, particularly the reforms I’ve proposed on welfare,” he said.

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