Cameron's Mission to Renegotiate EU Membership Suffers Setback in Brussels

David Cameron has suffered a setback in his mission to renegotiate Britain’s EU membership terms after a series of EU leaders raised objections to his plans at a summit in Brussels.
Downing Street said the prime minster expected to face tough questions, adding that the EU renegotiations, which Cameron will launch at the European council later this month, would require patience.
In his most difficult day since he embarked on the initial, informal stage of his EU renegotiations after his election win, the prime minister was told by his Finnish and Spanish counterparts that they were wary of his calls for “full-on” treaty change.