"I'll make a deal only if Britain gets what it needs," the British Prime Minister David Cameron said.
London will not give up its requirement for reforms of the European Union, the British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday, when he arrived for the second meeting of the summit group.
The upcoming summer national referendum will continue the discussion of the special conditions under which the head of the British government could support the membership of their country in the EU.
"There still is no agreement so far. We had been carrying negotiations up to five a.m, however, I will make a deal only if Britain gets what it needs", Cameron said.