It is well known that British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing immense political pressure from the Europhobic UKIP party and that he risks losing Conservative supremacy in the next elections.
But it is not understandable that one of the most historical parties in Europe - one of the pillars of the bipartisan system – is openly turning toward populism.
This can be seen in how the party is planning to address two of the most politically crucial problems: immigration (European Union cit...
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