The prime minister, who has faced strong pressure from pro-European Tories to highlight the benefits of the UK's EU membership, will speak out during an appearance at the Northern Future Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland.He will use the chance of a summit in a European capital outside the EU to issue a point-by-point challenge to the claim by the Leave campaign that Britain could negotiate a credible relationship with Brussels from outside the EU.Cameron will focus on the "Norwegian option", often cited by the Leave campaign, which has allowed Oslo to enjoy access to the single market without joining the EU."The prime minister believes it is important to highlight the questions Britain would face if it left the EU and followed Norway's model," a No 10 source said. Downing Street pointed out that Norway is the 10th largest contributor to the EU budget and is bound by the rules of the single market without any say in the decision-making process.
O do not think it should just be routinely accepted that Scotland would want to be in the EU.
The economic benefits are significant.
What are your thoughts on EU membership? The economic benefits are significant. What is the downside?
The ones in business tend to be overwhelmingly pro-EU. The unemployed and economically unproductive tend to be against.
Quote from: jax on 2015-11-05, 22:29:14The ones in business tend to be overwhelmingly pro-EU. The unemployed and economically unproductive tend to be against.You mean Belfrager and company?
Not to speak about Sex, certainly a waste of economically productive time...
In a filmed promo clip uploaded to the Twitter account of an editor at Canada's Maclean's Magazine on Monday, new Canadian PM, Justin Trudeau, was asked which of the Baltic nations is his favourite. Trudeau answered, saying "that's not a thing".In addition to the Baltic States being Canada's NATO partners, there are over 100,000 Canadians of Baltic heritage.Trudeau has had numerous challenges with foreign policy gaffes. Earlier in 2015 he was unable to identify what NATO's Article 5 was when asked by reporters and later mocked Russia's invasion of Ukraine as a dispute over hockey.
No one ever speaks about Groenland...
It seems they aren't a colony but an "autonomous country" whatever that is...
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