October 30, 2012

EU Crisis: Where Is David Cameron?

Raheem Kassam, The Commentator

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Is it really worth spending both my time and yours making the argument that Britain should be withdrawing from the European Union?

At this stage, I assert that those on either side of the argument will not be swayed by precedent, theory or speculation. Rather, it will be events that shift your viewpoint, if you already do not believe as I do, that the days of British EU membership and indeed of the fiscal union itself, are numbered. I don't see many being persuaded the other way.
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