KEYWORDS TODAY: Crimea
The UK could "drift towards" exiting the EU if problems are not addressed, David Cameron is set to warn.
The prime minister postponed a long-awaited speech to Dutch business leaders, which was to deal with UK's relationship with Europe. The delay was in response to the hostage crisis in Algeria and concerns over the fate of the British nationals held there.
No new date has yet been set for the speech....
Plz just go, it's not like you contribute like Germany or France, hell not even like dedicated small countries. All you do is moan and complain, deluding yourselves that you aren't part of Europe. Go join that sinking ship the US, nobody will miss you.
It is Cameron's strategy over this referendum that is causing the £ to nosedive,,,,,,,and we are still at least 3 years away from the timescale he will outline for the vote, so how much more damage can his "leadership" cause over this period. Cameron, like all the recent Conservative leaders/PM's have not got the guts to call order in the ranks of the party and tell everyone to get back in line. Whethr you agree with the EU or not is not the point Government should be for the countries best interest and all this uncertainty is not in the UK's best interest.
Actually Yane you are wrong about the UK's contribution to Europe, check the records, the Uk is the 2nd biggest financial contributor to Europe after Germany!!!! I agree though that the Conservatives should stop moaning, be aware though that it is the Conservatives that do the moaning, not Labour or Liberal.
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Clashes in Ukraine's Crimea Region