Britain’s EU future in the balance as crunch summit continues
[protected-iframe id="cd158956929349f5726b23e19e9aea79-53855017-100932474" info="//platformplayer.my.rightster.com/api/v1/assembly.widget.getWidget?widgetId=player&placementId=e4eaac28-ece0-4dad-909a-da3aa3ff110a&autoplay=0" width="100%" height="480" frameborder="0"]
Prime Minister David Cameron argued through the night in Brussels on Friday with European Union partners determined to limit concessions on offer to help keep Britain in the bloc.
Fellow leaders and diplomats said an agreement that would allow Cameron to return to London and launch a campaign to stay in the EU at a June referendum still seemed feasible by the end of a two-day summit on Friday, but some said the outstanding issues were proving tough to crack, holding up the process.
A late-night dinner lasting more than five hours that was devoted to renewed arguments over the response to Europe’s migration crisis also meant that a plan for an “English breakfast” on Friday for all 28 leaders to try and hammer out a final deal was now set to turn into “brunch”. -<a href="https://indianexpress.com/article/world/world-news/david-cameron-brussels-eu/#sthash.3m4cLyit.dpuf"> See more </a>