From majority to minority: how the Conservative Party and British euro sceptics are finding it hard to adapt to a new reality

Kathleen Garnett The EU vexes the English. No one is more vexed and irritated by the EU than that rare, though vocal breed, the privileged English public school boy. Think EU Perspectives is exaggerating? Think again. Look at the profile of all the loudest anti-EU bashers. David Cameron (Eton), Boris Johnson (Eton) and Nigel Farage …

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A Reflection on European Unity : The EU and the Memory of Christendom

Alexander Rosenthal Pubul As the UK tries to assess what it means to be British following the potential take-over of Islamic extremists in some inner-city schools and in the wake of rising support for protest parties across the European Union, Alexander Rosenthal Pubul, Senior Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University considers the one common heritage that …

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