British PM to talk 'Brexit' with EU parliament head

British Prime Minister David Cameron is welcomed by European Parliament Martin Schulz prior to their meeting in Brussels, on February 16, 2016Prime Minister David Cameron will on Tuesday hold talks with the head of the European Parliament on a deal to avoid Britain crashing out of the EU, ahead of a crunch summit this week. The British premier will meet Martin Schulz and leaders of the two main political groups in the assembly, hoping to find a sympathetic ear over reforms he is demanding to avoid a so-called “Brexit” from the 28-member bloc. European Union chief Donald Tusk on Monday said the EU was at a “critical moment” in its history, warning during a visit to Romania that “the risk of break-up is real because this process is indeed very fragile”.

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