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David Cameron

Between a Continent and a Hard Place

By: Andrew MacDougall

British Conservatives often grumble about meddlesome Eurocrats reaching ever further into the UK’s political, economic and legal affairs. After big gains by British nationalists in recent EU elections, Tory Prime Minister David Cameron has tilted away from Europe with a cabinet shuffle and a promised referendum on withdrawal from the Eurozone. The problem is, Britain needs European capital and markets to keep its economy humming. If Cameron puts that at risk, he’ll lose his longest, strongest political suit, and quite possibly the 2015 election. Andrew MacDougall explains…

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