How the CCP location debate helped split the EU

Location, location, location


It's good to have friends in high places, and for a UK-based clearing house they do not come much higher than the UK prime minister, David Cameron, who caused a political earthquake on December 9 by refusing to sign up to a series of European Union (EU) treaty changes, following hours of talks with other EU leaders. Cameron had tabled six demands in return for UK support, one of which was exemption  from the European Central Bank’s (ECB) so-called location policy, which states that central

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