EU leaders agree to 'look for compromise' on British demands: Tusk

European Council president Donald Tusk (L) speaks with British Prime Minister David Cameron in Brussels on December 17, 2015EU leaders agreed to look for a compromise on British Prime Minister David Cameron’s controversial reform demands after a summit on Thursday, the bloc’s president Donald Tusk said. “Leaders voiced their concerns but also demonstrated willingness to look for compromise,” Tusk told a press conference, adding that he was “much more optimistic” than before the discussion. Cameron’s key demand is that EU migrants in Britain must live there for at least four years before they can get welfare benefits but his peers says this is discriminatory and undercuts the core EU principle of free movement.

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