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'A greater Britain' or 'a great leap in the dark outside of the EU' – perspectives form UK Prime Minister

'A greater Britain' or 'a great leap in the dark outside of the EU' – perspectives form UK Prime Minister
Recently, David Cameron has started his UK tour. Prime Minister began the agitational campaign from Wales, with a statement claiming the future of the state is a deal in the hands of UK citizens not politicians. That was, basically, the short answer of Cameron during the debate with Michael Howard, the former leader of the Conservative Party after he expressed the necessity for the UK to leave the EU. In his speech the PM said: ‘Everyone is going to have to make their own decision. This is not a debate between politicians. It’s a debate for the whole of the country to get involved in and to make their decision. It’s a very simple question on the ballot paper. You either remain in the European Union or you leave the European Union. It’s a single decision, it’s a final decision'.

Above all, the PM was quite persuasive in asserting his support for in-out referendum, however, during his speech, the message was clear. People should weigh up the pros and cons of the UK membership in a newly reformed EU. PM referred not only to political but economical benefits within EU cooperation. 'For me the choice is between a greater Britain inside the EU or a great leap in the dark outside the EU'.

On the 27 of February, Cameron arrived in Northern Ireland where he had the dialog with entrepreneurs talking on business issues and possible circumstances of leaving the EU. The discussion was mainly focused on arrangements between Northern Ireland and the Republic, issues related to border control and market access. Similar meetings took place a couple days earlier in Wales, where PM was trying to persuade local companies that it is in their interest to keep in touch with the EU. Cameron highlighted the importance of reducing taxes, prices and limitations. He also noticed a great number of job that could be last in Wales in case UK decided to exit the EU.

PM faces strong opposition across the country. There are a large number of local representatives who want to leave the EU and are not afraid to take a stance against the PM. Cameron is, however, adamant that the people’s decision must be final.скачать dle 10.6фильмы бесплатно

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