15:34 | 20/02/2016 Global Economy
European Council President Donald Tusk warned Wednesday that there is still no guarantee that EU leaders will reach an agreement on Britain's membership in the Eurozone.
David Cameron held last-ditch talks with EU chiefs (express.co.uk)
In a letter sent to the leaders of all 28 member states, Tusk said at an EU summit on Thursday and Friday that a deal was not yet certain with Britain, adding that the two sides differ on several issues.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron has had a series of meetings with EU chiefs at which he asked to limit EU migrants’ access to work benefits in Britain. This request triggered anger in central and eastern Europe.
Hundreds of thousands of EU migrants to Britain now receive welfare benefits if they have a labor contract. PM Cameron pledged to hold an in-out vote this June on UK membership in the European Union. This could trigger a new crisis in Europe on top of the worst refugee crisis since World War 2./.