January 13, 2014

Cameron's Euro Agony a Disaster for Britain

Peter Mandelson, London Evening Standard

The Associated Press

It’s not just the Tory party that risks being torn apart by the referendum bill and yesterday’s letter from Eurosceptics.

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TAGGED: European Union, Europe, UK, David Cameron

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