December 12, 2013

Case for British EU Exit Diminishes

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph

The Associated Press

The case for British exit from the EU is diminishing. It is no longer self-evident that this country must withdraw from the EU Treaty structures to ensure self-rule and to safeguard our democracy.

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