The eurozone crisis

The ongoing eurozone crisis has enormous implications for Britain. Plunging GDP predictions across the continent have a strong effect on our own economic performance, of course. But David Cameron's veto of a bid to push through fiscal integration across the European Union has prompted fresh tensions of its own, as Britain's relationship with the continent is fundamentally reassessed.


Unilateral independence: Unpicking EU law

Britain urged to 'unilaterally declare independence' from Europe

Britain can make a "unilateral declaration of independence" from the EU by giving British courts legal primacy, an influential think tank suggests


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With friends like these: Cameron, Sarkozy and Merkel are now politically distant.

Everything you need to know about the eurozone deal in five minutes

What is the eurozone deal, what does it mean for British politics and will it solve the crisis?

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