David Cameron says he has negotiated a deal to give the UK "special status" inside the EU.
At a press conference after a mammoth round of talks , he claimed he had delivered on the commitments he made at the beginning of this renegotiation process.
David Cameron said he had secured:
- new protections for non-eurozone countries
- a reduction of beaurocracy to make Europe more competitive
- a reduction of migration levels within EU countries including an emergency brake meaning EU migrants have to wait four years for full access to UK benefits
- an exemption for the UK from ever closer political union
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