Cameron woos EU leaders as clock ticks on deal to avert 'Brexit'

British Prime Minister David Cameron kicked off a fortnight of high-stakes diplomacy with talks in Poland Friday aimed at sealing a contentious deal on reforms designed to prevent Britain from leaving the European Union. Cameron stressed his country’s “shared interests” and spoke of a “long-term strategic partnership” with Poland as he met with Prime Minister Beata Szydlo to tackle a controversial proposal to restrict benefits to EU migrants in Britain.

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