EU leaders agreed to look for a compromise on British Prime Minister David Cameron's controversial reform demands after a summit on Thursday, the bloc's president Donald Tusk said.
"Leaders voiced their concerns but also demonstrated willingness to look for compromise," Tusk told a press conference, adding that he was "much more optimistic" than before the discussion.
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