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Britain and the Crisis of the European Union

Britain and the Crisis of the European Union by David Baker
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This book focuses on the effects of the political and later economic crisis which has seriously affected the European Union and its impact on the seemingly endless UK debate over Britain's position within the EU.

Long described as an 'awkward partner' and in spite of Tony Blair's half-hearted attempts to engage with his partners during his time in office, the UK under the Coalition government has become further estranged from other members states and EU institutions with potentially damaging consequences for the UK and the future of the EU itself.

This volume analyses the way the sovereign debt crisis, in particular, has fuelled the further rise of radical euroscepticism in the UK against the backdrop of a deepening crisis of the British political system and wider questioning of the European project across the EU.

Palgrave Macmillan; August 2015
247 pages; ISBN 9781137005205
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Title: Britain and the Crisis of the European Union
Author: David Baker; Pauline Schnapper
 
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9781137005199
9781137005205