Brexit: mass suicide

Has Cameron taken into account the mood swings of his electorate once the Three Lions are out of the next European Cup? 

On 23 June, the British electorate will vote on a referendum to determine if the United Kingdom will continue to be a member of the European Union. The announcement was made by Prime Minister David Cameron last February after negotiations with the other EU member states regarding the new status of the relationship between London and Brussels. The agreement that was reached, which in the mind of the prime minister should enable the United Kingdom to remain a part of the European Union, will only come into force if the outcome of the referendum is the British people saying yes to Europe. In that case, the ratified text of the agreement outlines compromises that have been reached on four issues.

a) on sovereignty, an issue very dear to Eurosceptics: the agreement envisages that when the EU treaties are next reviewed, it shall be specified that the principle of an “ever closer union”, on which the construction of the European Union is based, shall not apply to Great Britain

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