EU to unveil veto plan as part of 'Brexit' reforms

British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) greets European Council President Donald Tusk outside No 10 Downing StreetThe EU will unveil plans on Tuesday for key changes in Britain’s membership, including a “red card” system for parliaments to block laws made by Brussels, in a bid to prevent Britain becoming the first country to leave the bloc. Both sides have trumpeted “progress” following talks between EU President Donald Tusk and Prime Minister David Cameron at the weekend. The EU president, who is keen to avoid a so-called “Brexit”, warned however there were still “outstanding issues” to resolve.

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