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Many EU member states and the US still fear the consequences of Greece leaving Europe. They need to get their voices heard in Berlin
The few clues that have emerged are confused and confusing, writes John Kerr.
Senior research fellow John Springford writes an open letter to the Financial Times.
A British exit from the EU most imperils the UK’s poorest regions, and could make inequality worse, writes John Springford.
The ideas of Karl Marx suggest that Britain’s general election will not define the country's relationship with the EU.
A British exit from the EU most imperils the UK’s poorest regions, and could make the country’s regional inequality worse.
In any renegotiation with the EU, Britain should not ask for opt-outs from social policy or financial regulation. But it should seek safeguards for the single market.
With the prospect of a British in-or-out referendum by 2017 and the eurosceptic UK Independence Party (UKIP) polling around 15%, the future membership of the UK in the European Union (EU) is in doubt.