Heads of State and Government sit for a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels on Friday, Feb. 19, 2016. (Martin Meissner, Pool)
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Prime Minister David Cameron takes a deal giving Britain "special status" in the EU back to London Saturday hoping it will be enough to keep his country in the bloc as campaigning begins for a crucial in-out referendum.Cameron will hold a cabinet meeting at 1000 GMT Saturday, after which the referendum campaign will whir into life, with ministers who want Britain to leave the European Union being allowed to speak out for the first time."I will be campaigning with all my heart and soul to persuade the British people to remain in the reformed European Union that we have secured today".He said the deal contained a seven-year "emergency brake" on welfare payments for EU migrants and meant Britain would be "permanently out of ever closer union". Britain and other "euro-outs" will, however, be able to raise concerns about eurozone policies at the level of EU summits.
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