Cameron tells of 'pathway' to deal on EU reforms


David Cameron has insisted there is a "pathway" to a deal on Britain's renegotiation demands after face-to-face talks with EU counterparts.

The Prime Minister said "significant progress" had been made in discussions over dinner at a Brussels summit.

The European Commission was now going to work on "solutions" to an apparent impasse over proposals for a four-year ban on in-work benefits for migrants, he said.