April 21, 2010

Is Britain the Next 'New' Europe?

Mary Dejevsky, The Independent

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As of last week, I wonder whether I might not have been too pessimistic about the extent of euroscepticism, even europhobia, among young Britons.

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TAGGED: Eurozone, European Union, United Kingdom, Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, UK

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