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Agreement on UK-EU reforms

News out of Brussels is there is an agreement between the European Union and the UK regarding Prime Minister David Cameron’s reforms. Details are still to be confirmed but this would be an impressive victory for Cameron to bring back for the referendum in June. Yet it is still unclear if these reforms will be … Continue reading

OPINION: Should I stay or should I go? The UK in the EU

With a referendum likely this year, the people of the UK are considering whether or not they should stay in the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron has proposed reforms to improve Britain’s position in the EU, yet is this enough to get voters to stay? This article considers the problems involved in this historical issue. Continue reading

Cameron urges Holyrood ‘to move toward us’

As BBC reports, Prime Minister David Cameron has written a letter to Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon urging Holyrood ”to move toward us” concerning the devolution of financial powers. Last year, after the Scotland independence referendum failed, an agreement was reached to devolve more powers to Scotland. The Scots, in no way surprised, are still … Continue reading

UK-EU relationship: ‘No deal’ yet

UK Prime Minister David Cameron left empty-handed after his meeting Sunday night with European Council president Donald Tusk. The meeting concerned the renegotiation of the relationship between the UK and the EU. The only agreement reached was to another 24 hours of talks before publishing a draft text of the UK’s renegotiation plan. In European … Continue reading