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Top 5 likely effects of Brexit on EU’s policies

Brexit would see a substantial shift in the balance of power inside the EU in favour of the pro-social/interventionist political forces. On the other hand, those supporting free market, less red tape and a more competitive Europe would suffer a substantial blow.

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Spitzenkandidaten, EU-wide constituency and ‘europeanisations’ of elections rules for 2019, MEPs asked

If these are adopted, in 2019 we will witness a very different kind of European elections. However, important political players are yet to be convinced.

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Cameron: reforming EU in line with UK’s objectives is not “mission impossible”

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, sent a letter to the President of the EU Council, Donald Tusk, in which he expressed his determination to change the way the EU-UK relations look like, saying that this is not “mission impossible”.

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What is the new leftist Portuguese government likely to do?

An unusual coalition of the socialists and communists is likely to form the new government, under the leadership of Antonio Costa. The two smaller coalition parties are known for pleading to exit the Eurozone, the EU as a whole and even NATO.

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