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Could the EU undue George Osborne's good work?

As George Osborne sets himself to deliver one of the most important speeches of his life, i.e. the emergency budget tomorrow, there is concern that EU interference in member country finances could undo some of his good work. For many years the UK has battled against a growing tide of anti-UK feeling from within the EU with many members believing that the UK is holding back further integration and further power grabbing. However, recent treaties signed by Tony Blair and Gordon Brown may well have passed over many UK get out clauses and battling the growing tide of EU power could be a forlorn hope for David Cameron and George Osborne.

Despite the fact that David Cameron has already ensured that the UK government will not need to pass its budget through the EU Parliament before presenting it to the UK Parliament there is a feeling that changes are afoot. There is growing concern that the UK could become an ever smaller bit part player within the EU because of the reluctance to adopt the euro and many other EU initiatives. However, in many ways this is the opinion of the UK people and one which David Cameron and his government need to keep in mind in the future.

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