Q&A: Britain eyes treaty change for EU demands

Prime Minister David Cameron unveils Britain's EU reform demands next week, firing the starting gun for tough negotiations that London insists will mean changes to the bloc's treatiesPrime Minister David Cameron unveils Britain’s EU reform demands next week, firing the starting gun for tough negotiations that London insists will mean changes to the bloc’s treaties. The EU is founded on a number of treaties that govern the way the bloc runs, including the original 1957 Treaty of Rome, the 1992 Maastricht Treaty and the 2007 Lisbon Treaty. “For treaty change, the British have lowered their ambitions a bit,” Vivien Pertusot of the French Institute of International Relations told AFP.

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