At the end of two long, fraught days of negotiations, European Union leaders agreed unanimously to a new deal that will pave the way for a referendum on Britain’s continued membership in the 28-member bloc.
The news was announced late Friday night after a series of drawn-out meetings that highlighted deep divisions between the different European nations.
European Council President Donald Tusk announced on Twitter that a deal had finally been achieved.
“Deal,” he declared. “Unanimous support for new settlement for #UKinEU.”
David Cameron sent a tweet shortly thereafter saying: “I have...