Cameron: Terms for U.K. EU Vote Look Good

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday that he approved of the terms European leaders have reached for Britain’s referendum on whether to retain membership in the European Union. Cameron said that the deal would give his country “special status in the EU” and that he would recommend his cabinet members accept the terms. Britain is expected to vote on the question in June, and if the country votes to exit the 28-country bloc, it will be the first to do so.