Why Brexit is good for the UK and the EU

By |februar 4th, 2019|Brexit, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Jeremy Corbyn, labour, Margaret Thatcher, News, Theresa May, Tony Blair, Tories, UKIP|

There is an anti-EU virus in the British body politic of particularly virulent strain, it experienced a long period of hibernation and can be found in both major political parties, writes Fraser Cameron.

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The tragedy of David Cameron…

By |januar 31st, 2018|Brexit, David Cameron, EPP Group, European Parliament, News|

As one of the ‘wise men’ of EU politics, Hans-Gert Pöttering has seen a generation of talented young politicians come and go. But few cut such a "tragic figure" as David Cameron, the former British prime minister who set Brexit in motion.

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Ex-UK PM Cameron: Brexit not going as badly as we thought

By |januar 25th, 2018|David Cameron, Davos 2018, Galileo, News, Space, United Kingdom, WEF 2018|

Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, whose failure to persuade British voters to stay in the EU led to his exit from office, was caught on camera saying Brexit was not going as badly as he had believed it would. The EU also confirmed the UK would lo...

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Moravcsik interview, part II: Brexit is a ‘PR exercise’

By |marec 30th, 2017|Angela Merkel, Brexit, David Cameron, Donald Trump, Germany, Hungary, immigration, News, United Kingdom, Viktor Orbán|

Brexit is not what Britain’s politicians say it is, Princeton University’s Andrew Moravcsik told EURACTIV Slovakia. It’s more akin to a half-truth, disguising business-as-usual.

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The Brief: Tusk will be elephant outside EU summit room

By |marec 8th, 2017|Article 50, Beata Szydło, David Cameron, Donald Tusk, EU-27, European Council, Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, News, Poland, The Brief, Viktor Orbán|

The one nailed-on certainty about tomorrow’s EU summit is that Donald Tusk will still be European Council president on Friday.

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