The victory of David Cameron denotes the biggest geopolitical uncertainty in the European Union ever. The main reason is because the winner of the election, associated his victory with a referendum on whether or not Britain will stay in the EU.
As a result the EU-UK relations will become weaker. In this context, since the morning after the election, London began (re)negotiating with Brussels given the electoral outcome.
Yet, both sides seem rather confused as it is too early to say what Camer...
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