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A German style solution is needed to handle the fracturing of UK politics.
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Who left behind a stronger economy: the warrior-like conservative British Prime Minister or Australia’s bridge-builder?
What is the legacy of Britain’s Margaret Thatcher for Europe’s crisis-stricken countries today?
Is David Cameron following in the footsteps of Churchill and Thatcher by balancing anti-Europe sentiment against pro-Europe cooperation?
How has the global financial crisis forced policymakers to reconsider the established economic conventional wisdom?
Is Europe better off with a president whose personality reflects Europe's admittedly more staid nature?