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heading to Brussels for two days of talks that could determine Britain's future David Cameron aiming to seal a deal on reform of the country's new membership he hoped that will pave the way for some a referendum on whether the UK should stay in the block , Reuters Brussels bureau chief Alastair macdonald says you may not get another job , being dragged along but what people are saying is that not only the moment to make a deal now it the time that people are willing to devote the time and energy unity if it drags on there is not going to be a better deal on the table and it might indeed yet more difficult , many states reluctant to commit to making changes to the EU treaties , but a proposal to delay access to benefits for migrants still the big flashpoint , European leaders , only to Britain using it I told her that he shouldn't spread into other countries perhaps cocking back on things like child benefit for Polish or Hungarian Romanian workers not going to be a key issue over the next twenty four hours , if there is a deal Cameron will then have to sell it to his own party , servitude eurosceptics likely to dismiss any agreement cosmetic with many committed to campaigning for an hour robes , posted yet the referendum widely