Wise words on Cameron’s EU veto

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From Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian:

Whatever the letter of the rules, the reality is that big decisions affecting Britain’s economy will now be taken in rooms in which Britain is not present and has no say. Soon, foreign-owned banks may wonder what sense it makes to be based in London, out on the margins. Cameron and his party¬†are toasting what feels like a victory. In time, it may come to taste like defeat.

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  1. As it is likely to have been the same banks who lobbied against an EU agreement (like the transaction tax), I am not sure if that is totally true.

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