European Council President Donald Tusk arrives for a meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron at Downing Street in London, Britain, Jan. 31, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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EU president Donald Tusk said he will unveil proposals on Tuesday for changes to Britain's membership of the bloc, paving the way for David Cameron to try for a tricky deal at a summit later this month.A deal sealed in February would allow Cameron to push ahead with a referendum on Britain's European Union membership in his favored month of June, although he must first overcome opposition from several EU states.The four demands include safeguarding EU countries like Britain that are not part of the euro single currency, ensuring greater EU economic competitiveness, opting out of the goal of ever closer union and restricting access to benefits for EU workers in Britain.It will be the British public's first vote on the country's EU membership since 1975, two years after it joined what was then the European Economic Community.
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