BRUSSELS — British Prime Minister David Cameron is kicking off a high-stakes weekend of diplomatic negotiations on European Union reforms with a visit to EU headquarters.
Cameron will be hosted on Friday by the leaders of the EU's executive Commission and the European Parliament, amid signs on both sides that they want a deal. If he gets enough reform, Cameron could argue for continued EU membership during a British referendum on the issue that could come as early as...
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