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David Cameron might be getting closer to reforming Britain's membership you official telling Reuters that agreement could come within weeks paving the way for a British referendum on whether to stay in the plot as early as June , a bullet current demand Reuters Brussels bureau chief Alice McDonald says the sticking point it's clear , you won by common consent , is a demand by Britain to be able to delay the length of time that a foreign workers from the you must work in Britain before they can claim the same benefits , polls show the pretender almost evenly divided over whether to stay in the U. Cameron's own Conservative Party also split with different ministers lighting to campaign for and against an exit , skeptics say any reforms will be cosmetic big European officials insist that's not true they need our , profound and relatively wide ranging reforms , I DR European Commission point man on this told parliament yesterday that they wear changes and reforms that would be available to other countries as well , speaking for myself thank you take finance minister George Osborne called the coming referendum a once in a lifetime event , he says there will be no way to reverse the vote to Lisa you right now an awful lot hangs on some back room talks in Brussels