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Brexit 12-05-2015

Cameron touts UK vote win as mandate for ‘tough’ EU renegotiation

Prime Minister David Cameron touted his election victory as a strong mandate to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the European Union, as his party proclaimed on Monday (11 May) a new-found unity over the traditionally divisive issue.
Brexit 08-05-2015

Brexit referendum looms after Tory election victory

David Cameron is set to pull off a surprise victory in the United Kingdom’s general election, putting Britain on course to hold a referendum on its membership of the European Union, and raising questions over Scotland’s future in the UK.
Brexit 07-05-2015

As it happened: The UK election

As Britain goes to the polls EURACTIV UK brings you the latest developments in the fight for 10 Downing Street.
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Brexit 07-05-2015

The UK election: A European game changer

Whoever wins the election, neither the Scottish nor the European questions will disappear from the UK political agenda, writes Dr Malanie Sully.
Brexit 06-05-2015

Talk of Brexit must not undermine next government’s attempts to wield influence in EU

Regardless of whether Labour or the Conservatives win Thursday's general election, the issue of Europe will play a key role in the next parliament, writes Anand Menon.
Brexit 06-05-2015

How British elections represent the state of Europe

The UK election matters not because of who wins, but because of how the marginal parties will influence British strategy on Europe and the existence of the UK itself, writes George Friedman. 
Brexit 05-05-2015

Polls predict election uncertainty as support for EU rises

With just two days to go until the general election, the two major parties are neck and neck in the polls.
Brexit 29-04-2015

The tale of two votes: The election and a referendum

The UK could set itself on the path towards a referendum on EU membership after the general election next week. Comres' Tom Clarkson argues that whatever the result, in the long term a referendum may be inevitable.
Brexit 29-04-2015

Should the EU prepare for a Miliband premiership?

The UK election is too close to call. Are European leaders hoping to get Ed Miliband and avoid a Brexit referendum? Pawel Swidlicki from the think tank Open Europe argues that a Miliband premiership wouldn’t hold the answers to problems besetting the UK-EU relationship.
Brexit 23-04-2015

British candidates embrace TTIP as ‘biggest prize’ for UK in Europe

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is the “biggest prize” in global trade, Labour candidate Mike Grapes said on Tuesday (21 April), echoing a widely shared view among other British political parties.
Brexit 21-04-2015

SNP manifesto: Pro-EU and no new independence vote

The Scottish National Party has unveiled their campaign manifesto, promising an alternative to austerity and reaffirming their commitment to EU membership.