‘To be, or not to be together’: Proposals unveiled to keep Britain in EU
BRUSSELS — European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday unveiled proposals that he hopes will keep Britain in the 28-nation European Union.
The draft deal was made public in a letter to EU leaders. It must be endorsed by Britain’s EU partners and is set to be thrashed out at a summit in Brussels on Feb. 18.
“To my mind it goes really far in addressing all the concerns raised by Prime Minister (David) Cameron,” Tusk wrote. “The line I did not cross, however, were the principles on which the European project is founded.” Read more…