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The EU and the Euro

I believe that being a member of the European Union is in Britain's best self interest and this page contains articles about that:-

  • Article: Aug 5, 2004

    Many of those opposed to the EU, say that an ideal position for the UK is to be outside the EU but to have free trading arrangements with it, like the Norwegians or Swiss. Now consider the answers to these questions :-

    1. 1) Who is currently best at implementing EU law?
    2. 2) Which 7 countries meet the EU law implementation target ?
    3. 3) Which of these 7 have absolutely no say in EU law content ?
  • Article: Jun 26, 2004
    By David Goodall in Liberal Democrat Headquarters, 4 Cowley Street, London

    Good morning I am David Goodall from the Liberal Democrats, and I have been invited today to talk to you on the subject of Europe Friend or Foe. This is an interesting title it is about defining our relationship with the rest of Europe.

    I believe the best analogy to use when defining this relationship is one of family. Over the centuries we have fought with, and been friends with, many of the countries in Europe. And speaking as someone with a German wife and therefore a German mother-in-law, I find it particularly easy to see our European relationships in family terms.