U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron arrives in Brussels Thursday spoiling for a fight.
At a European Union summit, the premier needs to be seen battling for British interests before a referendum on membership promised by the end of 2017. At the same time, he wants to go home with progress toward a deal limiting welfare for migrants coming from the 28-nation bloc. Britain’s case for re...
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