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Brexit: Views from Brussels, Berlin, Paris, and Warsaw

Cameron’s EU Strategy Threatened by His Own Party
Michael Leigh
BRUSSELS—The Conservative Party’s victory in the U.K.’s May 7 general election reflected Prime Minister David Cameron’s record in government, especially the improvement in the economy, his hard-hitting messages, and the disarray of the opposition. A victory by the opposition Labour Party would have led to Cameron’s replacement as leader of the Conservatives by a more euro-skeptical politician.
Instead, Cameron has received the backing of his party for his election pledge to negotiate a new deal for Britain in the EU, to be followed by an “in/out” referendum to endorse it. The prime minister, …read more

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