Britain leaving the EU is now a serious possibility.
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog
(11 Jun 2012)
Last December UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, refused to sign the UK up to the EU’s
Fiscal Compact Treaty, in a move, at least in part, aimed at assuaging the Conservative
party’s Eurosceptic wing. Tim Bale argues that the Conservatives may find it very difficult to
avoid promising an in/out referendum at the next election, and that the Labour Party may well
follow suit. With that referendum comes the serious possibility that Britain will cease to be a
member of the Union.
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