Van Rompuy urges EU to push forward with banking plans

European Council president also plays down talk of treaty change.

Herman Van Rompuy, the president of the European Council, has urged European Union member states and the European Parliament to strike a swift deal on banking supervision plans – and the European Commission to make deeper banking union proposals before the end of the year.

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