Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Cameron fails to find substantive EU reforms

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David Cameron says a draft deal, aimed to keep the UK in the EU, will deliver the “substantial change”, but the reality is he managed to gain only minor reforms. The draft deal, which Cameron admits still has “details to work on”, was published by European Council President Donald Tusk.
The agreement allows for an “emergency brake” on migrant benefits, which will see a graduated removal of in-work benefits for four years. However, this is not the outright ban Cameron had initially suggested, and it will need the agreement of other countries. Cameron also failed to find agreements to prevent migrants from sending child benefit back home, but instead the funds would be index-linked to the cost of living where the child is living.

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