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next stop will soar david cameron continues his whirlwind tour of europe friday to drum up support for a meaty you reform deal , he searched fellow e. u. leaders to be flexible and imaginative , britain's relationship with the e. u. is not good enough , my priority is to reform the european union to make it more competitive , and to address the concerns of the british people about our membership , the status quo is not good enough , and i believe there are changes we can make that will not just benefit britain , but the rest of europe to , the prime minister potency dutch prime minister marc russia in the hague thursday before heading to the laci palace for talks with francois are owned , karen is looking to claw back powers from brussels to allow the u. k. to opt out of what he sees as a dangerous shift to greater integration , he'll round up his toy with a crucial meeting with german chancellor angela merkel , cameron is confidence of securing a settlement something he has promised to do before giving presents an in out referendum by the end of twenty seventeen , but his european peers don't seem convinced , franco german paper seen by reuters show the two countries have agreed plans to strengthen cooperation among the nineteen countries using the euro without changing existing treaties