What will be the political legacy of PM David Cameron? Read few comment.
British PM David Cameron said: Whenever we turn our back on Europe, sooner or later we come to regret it. We’ve always had to go back in – and always at a much higher cost. So how do you assess the role of the UK in European, transatlantic security regarding potential Brexit? Read few comments.
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After long negotiations in Brussel a deal was struck between EU leaders and PM David Cameron about Britain’s new settlement with the European Union.
If you look at UK-EU negotiations what you see, how would you describe the negotiation tactics and strategy of both sides? Read few comments.
PM David Cameron let ministers to campaign for EU exit. Why such decision, regarding the referendum campaign could this be an advantage for No side or maybe not so much, and why? Read few comments.
Anthony Wells of YouGov said: The details of the renegotiation don’t matter at all. It does matter if Cameron is seen to succeed or seen to fail. Do you see if similarly or maybe a bit differently, and why, and do you think the the EU/Member States are ready to give Cameron “something” to make him look successful? Read few comments.
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