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A referendum about the European Union will be inevitable according to a new report from the IPPR.

EU referendum 'is now inevitable'

A referendum about the European Union will be inevitable once treaty changes take place, a prominent left-of-centre think tank said today.

Opinion Former Articles

  • UK economy to grow faster than European neighbours

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has sharply increased its growth forecast for the UK economy. Read more.

  • CPA: Eurozone Slowdown and Cost Inflation Pose Major Threat to Construction Product Industry

    The Construction Products Association’s latest State of Trade Survey, which has been launched today, shows that although a Eurozone crisis appears to have been averted for the time being, the prospect of an economic slowdown in the major European economies, together with increasing global energy and raw material prices, remain as the major threats to further recovery in the UK construction products industry.

  • To EU or not to EU? That's a traveller's question

    The idea of the EU referendum has sparked controversy all over the shop, whether you work in a government role like the civil service or you're a member of the public. While Cameron, Clegg and everyone else in between are arguing the merits of the proposal, the rest of us are wondering one thing - how will it impact our holidays?

  • NUT on The Economy

    NUT on The Economy

  • Brown accepts Blair rebate deal

    Brown 'caves in' over UK rebate

    The UK Treasury has failed to convince EU officials to allow the chancellor to claw back some of the EU rebate sacrificed by the Prime Minister.

  • Geoff Hoon says EU needs Turkey and western Balkan members

    EU 'incomplete' without Turkey

    The European Union would be "incomplete" without Turkey and western Balkan countries such as Croatia and Macedonia, Geoff Hoon said last night.

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