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Special Report on Britain and Europe

Special Report on Britain and Europe

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Britain and Europe

The reluctant European

Though Britain has always been rather half-hearted about the European Union, its membership has been beneficial for all concerned, argues John Peet. It should stay in the club.

  • How referendums can go wrong: Herding cats
  • Euroscepticism and its roots: The open sea
  • Britain's clout in Brussels: Not what it was 
  • Costs and benefits: Common market economics
  • The euro zone: Insider dealing
  • Britain's post-Brexit options: Alternative lifestyles
  • The wider world: The geopolitical question

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