Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have spoken by phone and agreed progress has been made in Britain’s renegotiation with the EU.
Number 10 said both leaders saw there was genuine goodwill across Europe for Mr Cameron’s aims, but accepted there was work to do to find solutions.
A spokesman said they also discussed migration and the Syria conference they will co-host in London next week.
The UK is to hold an in-out referendum on EU membership by the end of 2017.
Mr Cameron has pledged to secure a better deal for the UK in the European Union as a prelude to the referendum, in which voters will be asked whether they want to stay in the EU or leave.
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