EU membership is fundamental to British security and prosperity

Hoon, Geoff
April 2007
Parliamentarian;2007, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p117
Academic Journal
The article presents an argument for why Great Britain should remain strongly involved in the European Union (EU) federation despite criticism of EU government as distant and inefficient. The author says Great Britain has more to gain by being centrally involved in influencing EU events than in staying on the sidelines.


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