British PM to set out EU demands in November

"I'm confident we can get a good deal for Britain, fix those things that need to be fixed and I'm confident that this process is well under way and making good progress."

British PM to set out EU demands in November

Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday Britain's renegotiation of its EU membership terms will accelerate over the coming months and that he will set out what changes he wants at the start of November.

"The pace will now quicken and I'll be again setting out the four vital areas where we need change, laying down what those changes will be at the start of November," Cameron said as he arrived for a summit of EU leaders in Brussels.

"So we quicken the pace and quicken those negotiations in the run-up to the December Council," he said of the next summit, on Dec. 17-18. "I'm confident we can get a good deal for Britain, fix those things that need to be fixed and I'm confident that this process is well under way and making good progress."

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