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  • 'Nasty Brexit divorce' would damage UK fund industry - Financial Times

    'Nasty Brexit divorce' would damage UK fund industry - Financial Times;

    Many of the world's largest asset managers have severely underestimated the potential fallout of a UK exit from the EU, according to a number of leading analysts and regulatory experts. Related article. David Cameron sets EU membership referendum date ...and more »

  • Michael Howard: David Cameron's reform bid has failed – it's time to go - Telegraph.co.uk

    Michael Howard: David Cameron's reform bid has failed – it's time to go - Telegraph.co.uk;

    In 1975 I campaigned for the UK to remain in the European Economic Community. I had high hopes that it would benefit Britain and the other members. Ever since, and even today, my preference has been for the UK to remain a member of a genuinely and ...and more »

  • David Cameron unleashes 'project fear' - POLITICO.eu

    David Cameron unleashes 'project fear' - POLITICO.eu;

    Downing Street will put the prime minister front-and-center in a big-spending referendum campaign. By Alex Spence. 2/26/16, 5:30 AM CET. Updated 5/18/16, 3:56 PM CET. David Cameron delivers a speech on the European Union to workers and guests at ...and more »

  • Brexit: Fraying union - Financial Times

    Brexit: Fraying union - Financial Times;

    Every week, the Danish People's party, a rightwing populist movement that last year vaulted to second place in the general election on the strength of its anti-EU policies, holds a meeting in Copenhagen to plot long-term political strategy. Sample the ...and more »

  • UK in the EU: MEPs debate the country's European future - European Parliament (press release)

    UK in the EU: MEPs debate the country's European future - European Parliament (press release);

    When people in the UK vote on 23 June on their country's EU membership, it will have consequences for the whole of Europe. MEPs debated on Wednesday 24 February the possible consequences of the referendum. Most MEPs said the country would be ...and more »

  • Michael O'Leary presses British voters to stick with EU - Financial Times

    Michael O'Leary presses British voters to stick with EU - Financial Times;

    Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryanair, has urged the British public to vote to stay in the EU, warning that an exit would create huge economic uncertainty. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select ...and more »

  • What a British divorce from the EU would look like - Financial Times

    What a British divorce from the EU would look like - Financial Times;

    Just like the end of a long and fraught marriage, before the divorce comes the tricky separation. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select topic. Select topic, Top Stories, Brexit, US Election 2016 ...and more »

  • Britain and the European UnionThe real danger of Brexit - The Economist

    Britain and the European UnionThe real danger of Brexit - The Economist;

    THE battle is joined, at last. David Cameron has called a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union for June 23rd, promising to campaign hard to stay in. What began as a gambit to hold together his divided Tory party is turning into an ...and more »

  • Ryanair to campaign against Brexit - The Guardian

    Ryanair to campaign against Brexit - The Guardian;

    Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary, who has promised to 'bore everybody to death' by repeating a pro-EU message until the June referendum. Photograph: Marco de Swart/EPA. Ryanair. Ryanair to campaign against Brexit. Budget airline puts marketing muscle ...and more »

  • Startups Back Britain To Remain In EU - TechCrunch

    Startups Back Britain To Remain In EU - TechCrunch;

    After months of speculation and a much-publicised re-negotiation of terms of membership, last week the U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron formally announced the date for a referendum on whether Britain should remain in the European Union.and more »