Parties cautious amid fears over sovereignty

Littlefield, David
April 1997
People Management;4/17/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p19
Part IV. Analyzes the main parties' policies towards Europe in a series of general election briefings. Reason why the main parties' positions on the European Union are both disconcerting similar and different; How the parties of Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats developed their version of the Tories' `wait and see' policy; Vision of Conservatives on partnership of trading nations; Key on the United Kingdom's success in fighting all threats in economic aspects.


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