A U.K. Exit From EU Offers No Promise of Better FortunesClive Crook
Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Britain has always had mixed feelings about the European project. From the start of the drive to “ever closer union,” the U.K. feared being left out, yet never quite wanted to get with the program. In some ways, it signed up mainly to slow the whole thing down. Lately its doubts have grown. According to a new opinion poll, a clear majority of the British want to quit the European Union altogether.
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