None of David Cameron’s fellow EU leaders are happy with his reform proposals as they stand, an EU source has told the BBC.
The PM has been meeting key European Union figures over the deal aimed at keeping Britain in the EU.
He faces two weeks of “difficult” negotiations to get all member states to back the deal, the source added.
“In a sense, this is a good sign: it means there is some kind of balance in the proposal,” they said.
“There is a lot of frustration and concerns. It’s clear the negotiations are going to be difficult.”
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