British Prime minister David Cameron speaks during a joint news conference with his Bulgarian counterpart following their meeting in Sofia on December 3, 2015. AFP / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV
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Prime Minister David Cameron is not expecting a deal at a summit this month in Brussels on his proposals to renegotiate Britain's EU membership ahead of a referendum, Downing Street said Thursday.The news came the day after European Council President Donald Tusk was quoted as saying that Cameron was aiming for a deal at the December summit."If Cameron is sure December is better for him as the organizer of this referendum, I will be helpful and I am ready to convince our officials".Earlier in the year, British officials also indicated they thought a deal was possible at this month's summit.Cameron last month formally laid out a list of Britain's demands to European leaders which includes a controversial bid to prevent EU migrants from claiming certain state benefits during their first four years in the country.However, Cameron has also warned he could call for Britain to leave the bloc if he does not get his way.
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