UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s surprise victory in the May 2015 UK General Election has cleared the way for an In/Out referendum on EU-membership. But whether the UK really leaves depends on many uncertain factors including Mr Cameron’s chances of pushing through substantial reform in the EU and the economic and political costs and benefits for Britain.

<i>Many challenges face UK Prime Minister David Cameron if he wants to keep the UK in a substantially reformed European Union. Some EU-reforms under the labels ‘flexibility’, ‘competitiveness’ and ‘democratic accountability’ are negotiable and would benefit the EU as a whole. This would help to win the EU-referendum for the ‘...

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Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth
If the referendum were held today and if - a big if as the election polls have shown - opinion polls have indicative value for the outcome, an unusually large majority of between 45 and 55 per cent would vote to stay in the EU
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