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David Cameron plans to complete his one-to-one discussions will all 27 other leaders of the European Union before this afternoon's summit in Brussels.
He will meet with the leaders of Portugal, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Austria.
And he will talk by phone with the leaders of Croatia and Greece - despite the debt crisis in which the Greek Prime Minister is currently wrapped up.
It means by the time David Cameron addresses the EU Council tonight during the leaders' working dinner - they will all, said Downing Street, "know the issues the Prime Minister wants to address".
However, with the EU facing both the Greek and the migrant crisis, Number 10 has been forced to concede that they "recognise" that the "UK renegotiation sits alongside that".
It suggests that many of the 27 leaders outside the UK do not consider the UK's referendum and renegotiation process a priority.
The new Lord Chancellor spent six weeks visiting courts in England and Wales, now he wants to use what he saw to reform the justice system.Read the full story ›
Eurosceptic MPs are alarmed that the government plans to use the full weight of Whitehall resources during the referendum campaign.Read the full story ›