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UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s surprise victory in the May 2015 UK General Election has cleared the way for an In/Out referendum on EU-membership. But whether the UK really leaves depends on many uncertain factors including Mr Cameron’s chances of pushing through substantial reform in the EU and the economic and political costs and benefits for Britain.
Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth
The results of the European elections demonstrated a mood for change with the way the European Union is run. This could play to the advantage of UK Prime Minister David Cameron who wants to renegotiate Britain’s membership – as long as he does not alienate his European partners.
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One year ago UK Prime Minister David Cameron promised voters an In-Out referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union by the end of 2017 and a chance to repatriate power back to Britain. But how has the political landscape in the UK and among its European partners changed since the famous Bloomberg speech in London in January 2013? Mr Cameron’s big gamble ...