Should Britain or should it not ratify the Lisbon Treaty?
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#1 Dec 6, 2013
Should Britain or should it not ratify the Lisbon Treaty?Gordon Brown is due to meet the leaders of France, Germany and Italy on January 29 to discuss the credit crisis, and he is reported to have said that more must be done to "ensure continued stability and to strengthen and deepen economic reform in Europe."
David Cameron said in an interview on Sunday that he wanted Britain, rather than Brussels, to decide on its social and jobs policy and suggested that a future Conservative government might try to reopen the Lisbon treaty even if every EU state had ratified it by then.
Gordon Brown has said however that if the Conservatives were to hold a referendum after the parliament had ratified the treaty, it would amount to renegotiating Britain's EU membership. So how bad would that be for Britain?
Certainly save the nation a great deal of money that it could spend more advantageously on is own internal problems.
#2 Dec 6, 2013
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#3 Dec 7, 2013
I think Britain has to much to loose joining this treaty but I think that it will find that it will have to ratify this treaty.
Eu is become one nation under this tresty of Lisbon
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