ardaintit 5pts Everyone is kind of jumping the gun here! There were talks and there have been 'draft' agreements reached. The real clarification of Cameron's talks has yet to be passed by Westminster and the EU Summit talks. The reality of those 'draft' agreements relies heavily on the wording - various interpretations on wording is what the EU is renowned for.Even if every condition in those agreements were to be passed, they are totally ineffective to the UK. Some of the conditions are already in practice, others have been agreed because similar points have already been passed for Eire and Denmark, and some principles may become overlooked in view of the fact that a far more pressing priority of the EU in getting the UK to agree to partnering loans to Greece.In addition to that, if every irrelevant change agreed upon was to go through - it would take many months before it could feasibly become operational, and since the EU has placed a cap on the time limit of e.g benefits to migrants - it would not have any effect before the limit ended.Too vague, too dubious and nothing worth discussing.