Uncertainty over UK's future is destabilising EU, says Donald Tusk

Uncertainty over the UK’s future within the EU is destabilising Europe, the president of the European council has warned as he stated that no settlement had been reached on controversial calls for by David Cameron to restrict entry to in-work advantages.

In a letter to the EU’s 28 leaders, Donald Tusk says the prime minister has tabled some troublesome calls for that can’t be agreed in time for the European council subsequent week. Tusk cites the prime minister’s proposal to ban EU migrants from claiming in-work advantages for 4 years as probably the most troublesome UK demand. However the Polish politician, who says he’s appearing as an trustworthy dealer within the negotiations, as a substitute suggests he’s assured {that a} concrete proposal might be adopted on the subsequent summit in February.

“Our objective is to search out options that may meet the expectations of the British prime minister, whereas cementing the foundations on which the EU is predicated,” he writes. “Uncertainty about the way forward for the UK within the European Union is a destabilising issue. That’s the reason we should discover a option to reply the British issues as rapidly as doable.”

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