What he wanted and what he got: assessing Cameron's EU deal

British Prime Minister David Cameron attends a meeting during a European leaders summit on February 19, 2016 in BrusselsAfter two long days of talks, the European Union agreed a deal late Friday to recast Britain’s EU membership at Prime Minister David Cameron’s urging ahead of an in-out referendum. WHAT HE WANTED: Facing intense pressure from the public and his centre-right Conservative party over rising immigration, Cameron wanted to make EU migrants to Britain wait four years before claiming in-work benefits and state-subsidised housing.

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