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15 Days to the UK vote on EU membership

15 days to the UK vote on EU membership
Tue-Jun-2016
15 days to the UK vote on EU membership
Dear Readers,
EurActiv brings you these #EUref Countdown Alerts with EU news and policy insights on the Brexit/Bremain debate, with a focus on voices from outside the UK.

With the UK referendum, Germany realises the limits of its power

Having played cat and mouse with Greece over its debt crisis, good cop and bad cop over Ukraine’s crisis, and having ignited and then steered the refugee crisis, Berlin realises it has no control over the other big geopolitical risk on its doorstep: Brexit.
 
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German MEP: Brexit won’t be the end of ‘Project Europe’

A British exit from the European Union would not end the idea of a unified Europe and should not be seen as a “horror scenario”, European Parliament Vice-President Alexander Lambsdorff said in a German radio interview.
 
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‘Germany will always be the Hun that wants to subjugate Europe’

The gap between the denizens of the United Kingdom and the EU can be explained by a historic feeling of superiority over the mainland and Brussels bureaucracy’s poor correlation with the British sense of democracy. EurActiv’s partner WirtschaftsWoche reports.
 
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Protecting Europe’s family ties in trying times

In 1946, it was British Conservative Winston Churchill who famously called for the creation of a European family and the establishment of a United States of Europe. So perhaps it is fitting that another Tory may preside over the family’s dissolution, writes Anthony Silberfeld.
Anthony Silberfeld is the director of transatlantic relations for the Bertelsmann Foundation.

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