Britain’s “Special Status”

Following on from our earlier posts on ‘Cameron’s Deal’, Andrew Duff has published an eleven-page paper entitled Britain’s special status in Europe: A comprehensive assessment of the UK-EU deal and its consequences in the Policy Network. A downloaded copy can be found on our Downloads page.

Now, Andrew Duff is by no means a eurosceptic, but is nevertheless a very perceptive commentator on how the European Union operates as well as Britain’s involvement in it.

For an analysis of the document, Dr Richard North has posted a blog on EUReferendum.com “EU Referendum: a Duff deal” which we recommend you read.

The final paragraph of Richard’s post lays it on the line, and it’s up to us to make sure that, in the words of the great Who song, “We won’t get fooled again”!

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