French Prime minister Emmanuel Valls speaks as French housing minister Emmanuelle Cosse looks during a session of questions to the government at the National Assembly in Paris on Feb. 16, 2016. AFP PHOTO / ALAIN JOCARD
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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls expressed hopes on Wednesday of striking a deal to keep Britain in the European Union at a summit of the bloc's leaders on Thursday and Friday in Brussels.Key issues unresolved include: concerns in eastern Europe that a deal to help Cameron cut immigration by barring low-paid EU migrant workers from British benefits will hurt their citizens; French insistence the City of London match euro zone regulation; efforts to ensure British exemptions from closer EU integration do not become more widespread.
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