BRUSSELS — British Prime Minister David Cameron worked until almost dawn Friday, making “some progress” but forging no agreement in intense talks with his fellow European Union leaders on a deal that could set the tone for what is expected to be a bruising campaign to decide whether the United Kingdom leaves the 28-member bloc.
“There’s still no deal,” Cameron told reporters in Brussels Friday morning after arriving for another round of talks during which Cameron sought concessions that would help him make the case back home for his country’s continued membership.
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