Cameron meets EU president for crunch Brexit talks

Prime Minister David Cameron is to meet EU president Donald Tusk as negotiations reach a decisive point ahead of a referendum on whether Britain should leave the EUPrime Minister David Cameron meets EU president Donald Tusk at Downing Street Sunday as negotiations reach a decisive point ahead of a referendum on whether Britain should leave the bloc. The working dinner comes before Tusk is expected to publish draft proposals early this week for how to reform Britain’s relationship with the EU, which Cameron can then use to campaign against a so-called “Brexit”. Tusk’s visit comes after Cameron held a hastily-arranged meeting with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker Friday to try and resolve the British leader’s main concern — reducing the number of EU migrants coming to Britain.

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