Tusk warns Cameron: ‘The fundamental values of the EU are not for sale’

EU Council President Donald Tusk warned the UK that “the fundamental values of the EU are not for sale,” as the British Prime Minister is set to lay out his UK referendum plans during the June Council Summit in Brussels.

“There are some British concerns we should consider,” Tusk said, “but the fundamental values of the EU are non-negotiable.”

Speaking about the migration crisis in the Mediterranean, Tusk also said that “solidarity without sacrifice is pure hypocrisy”. “Today we have no consensus among member states on mandatory quotas for migrants, but a voluntary scheme cannot be an excuse to do nothing,” he added.

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