Cameron’s Juggle Continues

This piece is a follow up to an earlier post where I argued that David Cameron’s EU strategy involves a delicate juggling act that, so far, has led to few positive results for the UK or for the EU. As part of a large cabinet reshuffle yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron appointed former Defense Secretary […]

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The Lonely Front

25 members of the European Parliament from at least 7 different member states are needed to create a parliamentary group within the EU’s only democratically elected institution. So far, France’s National Front has been unable to meet this standard and will remain groupless. It’s rather ironic that a movement born out of its unbending desire […]

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The City and the Euro – a Love Story

June 11, 2014 It is estimated that EU business supports 22% of the financial activity of the City of London. Within the context of the recent European Parliamentary elections and the surprising results of Eurosceptic parties, (France’s Front National and Britain’s UK Independence Party to name but a few) it is noteworthy to distance ourselves from the rhetoric and […]

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