Do Europe's problems spread far beyond Greece? © Michael Kappeler/DPA/Press Association Images
David Cameron has today sent a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, spelling out his demands for a new deal on Britain’s EU membership and marking the start of his formal renegotiation.
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In it, the Prime Minister spells out some of his negotiating positions—and updates Tusk on his progress so far. His objectives are listed under the four key headings Cameron focused on in a speech this morning: “Economic Governance,” “Competitiveness,” “Sovereignty” and “Immigration,” including the crucial demand that EU migrants to Britain must live here and contribute for four years before claiming benefits.
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