With Cameron’s victory, Brexit referendum becomes tangible reality


British Prime Minister David Cameron, after his Government cabinet reshuffle, leaves Downing Street, central London, England, 11 May 2015. David Cameron appoints his first Conservative government after the Conservative party's narrow victory in the general election on 07 May 2015.

Brexit threat real on geo-political level, potential consequences

Following the re-election of David Cameron in the UK, European leaders have started pressing more for a clear negotiating plan and timetable for the EU membership referendum. #Brexit looms Europe and the world want to be ready for the worst.
Congratulations poured in for Cameron from around Europe after his surprise victory, but EU leaders now realise that the threat of Brexit has now become very tangible. Negotiations will not be easy and they come down to how much the EU wants to keep Britain...

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