David Cameron’s EU reform plan still raises more questions than answers

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Series Details 13.06.15
Publication Date 13/06/2015
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The British government is currently attempting to renegotiate the terms of the country’s EU membership, but what specific concessions would David Cameron like to achieve? Michael Keating presents an overview of the possible reforms, noting that the relatively minor proposals currently being discussed are unlikely to satisfy Eurosceptic Conservatives or UKIP supporters.

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