An essential view on one of the most pressing questions of our times: will Britain ever truly be part of Europe? A former Cabinet minister looks at British-EU relations and opportunities for changeAnti-European Union sentiment isn't an invention of the new political Right, but a deeply held belief among British voters far and wide. The failure of our leaders, and those in Brussels, to address this problem is what has brought UKIP into the forefront of politics. Without reform of the insensitive and anti-democratic Brussels bureaucracy, this is a resentment that is not going to go away. Angela Merkel has made it clear that there is no one within the EU who is willing to consider fundamental reform of a failing institution. If Brussels does not fundamentally change, Britain may be on its way out. Europe's share of world trade is declining. The costs of staying in, in terms of red tape, are high. Amidst all the shrill voices, David Mellor offers a critical account of the real risks facing Britain, faced with a European leadership that is disconnected from the populace. Will Britain ever truly be part of Europe?
Elliott and Thompson
|Antall sider||144||Dimensjoner||11,1cm x 17,8cm x 2,2cm|
|Vekt||381 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Emner og form||Socialism & left-of-centre democratic ideologies, Political parties|