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Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech on EU renegotiation, at Chatham House in London. PRES

Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech on EU renegotiation, at Chatham House in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday November 10, 2015. Fleshing out his reform demands, the Prime Minister said the UK must be exempted from the commitment to "ever-closer union", be allowed to restrict benefits for migrants, get protection from eurozone integration, and see improvements in competitiveness. See PA story POLITICS EU. Photo credit should read: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire - Credit: PA

David Cameron has set out his demands for European Union reform kicking off a new phase in the renegotiation process.

The Prime Minister has sent a six-page letter to European Council president Donald Tusk spelling out his renegotiation checklist.

In the letter, he said he hoped to get an agreement at the 'earliest possible opportunity' but the 'priority is to get the substance right'.

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