Sunday, 21 February 2016

What you won't hear mentioned about David Cameron's EU 'victory'

The UK now has a new obligation "not to impede the implementation of legal acts directly linked to the functioning of the euro area and shall refrain from measures which could jeopardise the attainment of the objectives of EMU."

The mirror of this provision, designed to protect UK, is weaker.

Will David Cameron and George Osborne be asked to explain the UK's new obligations to euro zone? What do they entail? Will the pro EU BBC ask the question?

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