June 19, 2014

Is London Becoming Euroskeptic?

Jeremy Warner, The Telegraph

The Associated Press

John Redwood wonders on his blog whether the City, for long a cheerleader for continued British membership of the European Union, might be starting to have second thoughts, what with the way Brussels, the European Central Bank and the European Court of Justice keep on monstering its interests. And it is perfectly true that they do.

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TAGGED: European Union, Euroskeptics, London

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