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MEPs agree that the EU and its Member States need to invest more in education and creation of jobs to tackle radicalisation. However, there are still a number of key points where the views differ, particularly when it comes to upgrading security measures at the expense of privacy.
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.
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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