Cameron reportedly urged by own ministers to delay EU referendum

Negotiations on EU reforms have stalled as member states battle migrant crisis, The Sun reports

British Prime Minister David Cameron was told by senior ministers in his government to delay the referendum on Britain’s EU membership until the second half of 2017 so he can claw more powers back from Brussels, The Sun reported. The cep, however, believes that Cameron will not be able to push through major reform changes in his talks with the other EU member states. Negotiations have stalled as the member states battle the migrant crisis and its backlash, the Sun said.