David Cameron’s drive to reform the EU is driven by “hatred”, “lies” and “national resentment,” the president of the European Parliament suggested tonight in a strongly-worded attack. Martin Schulz, one of the most powerful men in Brussels, lashed out at Britain’s plans to strip migrants of benefits for four years, just hours after meeting the Prime Minister for breakfast.
Mr Cameron had sought to embrace Mr Schulz after being advised that the European Parliament could attempt to derail any treaty change or new European legislation that Britain wants. Mr Schulz said Mr Cameron had “no chance” of exempting Britain from the EU principle of “ever closer union” and there was “not much chance” of securing treaty change, given the need for unanimous support around the continent.
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