The head of the European Council risks the risk of collapse of the EU out of Britain

The head of the European Council Donald Tusk believes that in the case of a decision of Britain to leave the EU, the Union would face a real risk of collapse. About it writes BBC.

According to Tusk, now is a crucial time in the negotiations with Britain concerning its future membership in the EU, and the discussion of this issue requires caution.

Earlier, British Prime Minister David Cameron asked Brussels to make a number of concessions before the referendum on membership of Britain in EU.

London insists on concessions that relate to including the abolition of benefits to labor migrants from EU countries.

Britain also wished to place legally contained in the EU documents, the wording about the movement towards «ever closer Union» does not mean the EU countries ‘ commitments to move toward closer political integration.

The reviewers suggest that Cameron will officially announce the referendum for 22 January, after the EU summit on 18-19 February, at which EU leaders are expected to approve a package of compromises between Britain and the rest of the Union.

The referendum, as analysts suggest, will be scheduled for June 23.




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