|Author (Person)||Hug, Adam|
|Publisher||Foreign Policy Centre|
The FPC and European Commission Representation in the UK have published a new report entitled 'The new British politics and Europe: Conflict or cooperation'? It explores how Britain's coalition government has coped with the potentially divisive issue of Europe, looking at how its approach has affected the UK's relations with other member states, what it means for the debate on the EU within the parties and the main challenges that lie ahead. The report also examines the way forward for Britain's pro-Europeans.
Edited by FPC Policy Director Adam Hug, the report features contributions from former Liberal Democrat leader Rt Hon Charles Kennedy MP, leading Conservative Eurosceptic Chris Heaton-Harris MP, Labour's Shadow Europe Minister Wayne David MP, former Conservative leader in Brussels turned Lib Dem MEP and Vice-President of the European Parliament Edward McMillan-Scott MEP, the founder of E!Sharp Paul Adamson and Professor of West European Politics at the University of Birmingham Anand Menon.
+ The New British Politics and Europe: the coalition’s EU policy and ideas for a pro-European response by Adam Hug
+ The 'Natural Law' that governs Britain’s relationship with Europe by Chris Heaton-Harris
+ Has the Coalition Government a European policy? by Wayne David MP
+ Cameron's Coalition by Edward McMillan-Scott MEP
+ The view from Brussels by Paul Adamson
+ Two’s company, but not enough: Reflections on Anglo-French defence cooperation by Prof Anand Menon
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|