FPC Publication-Renegotiation, Reform and Referendum: Does Britain have an EU future?
The Foreign Policy Centre is delighted to announce the launch of a new publication entitled Renegotiation, Reform and Referendum: Does Britain have an EU future? It examines some of the key issues in the current UK debate over the future of its membership of the European Union. The publication looks at the UK government's attempts to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the EU, the current debate about ideas for possible reform, and the implications of the proposed 2017 membership referendum. It looks at how the UK's renegotiation proposals and the wider British debate are regarded in other member states.
The publication contains contributions from a diverse range of experts with different viewpoints including: Prof Tim Congdon (University of Buckingham), Dr Richard Corbett, Dr Charles Danreuther (University of Leeds), Sir Stuart Etherington (NCVO), Katja Hall (CBI), Malcolm Harbour MEP, Dr Richard Hayton (University of Leeds), Adam Hug (ed. Foreign Policy Centre), Andrea Leadsom MP, Axelle Lemaire (French National Assembly), Prof James Mitchell (University of Edinburgh), Owen Tudor (TUC) and Jan Marinus Wiersma and Adriaan Schout (Clingendael).