Cameron to send Britons dossier on benefits of EU: report

British Prime Minister David Cameron, pictured on December 18, 2015, has not yet reached a deal with other EU members on changing Britain's ties with the blocBritish Prime Minister David Cameron is planning to send voters a dossier on the benefits of European Union membership ahead of an in-out referendum, British media reported on Sunday. Under pressure from eurosceptics within his ruling Conservative party and many Britons, Cameron is currently renegotiating Britain’s relationship with the EU ahead of a referendum expected by the end of 2017. Citing unnamed sources, Britain’s Telegraph newspaper said Cameron was planning to issue a document outlining the “changes, the benefits of the changes to Britain, and why therefore we need to stay in the EU”.

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