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El públic donaria la benvinguda a una sortida britànica perquè la gent sentiria que s’havia guanyat el control sobre les seves pròpies vides des de Brussel·les, va afirmar l’alcalde de Londres, Boris Johnson.

“If we are honest, I think, democratically, it would be a shot in the arm because people would suddenly feel, yes, we are running our own destiny again, our politics is entirely independent, British electors can choose the people who are taking decisions that affect their lives. That would be a very important benefit.”

Tot i això, seria imprescindible assegurar-se que les empreses britàniques no patissin la pèrdua del comerç a Europa.

L'alcalde de Londres va dir que els electors haurien recuperat el control sobre el seu propi destí si Gran Bretanya es va independitzar plenament de Brussel·les.
Mr Johnson warned that the country must be ready to “walk away” from Europe if David Cameron failed to negotiate better terms of membership.
Mr Johnson’s comments will fuel the increasingly fevered debate inside the Conservative Party about European policy, which has flared after the success of Ukip in last week’s local elections.

The Mayor’s intervention, at a conference of international business leaders in London, followed an attack from the Prime Minister on Right-wing “pessimists” who believed Britain’s relations with Europe could never change.
Cameron està sotmès a la pressió dels seus diputats del banc posterior per fer una votació als comuns abans de les eleccions a la 2015 sobre un projecte de llei que permeti fer un referèndum d'adhesió a la UE.

The Prime Minister has promised to hold talks to renegotiate the terms of the UK’s membership and then put a new deal to the British people in a referendum after the next election.
While Mr Cameron has said he wants Britain to remain inside the EU, Mr Johnson said quitting would not be “fatal” for Britain.
Speaking to reporters at the Global Investment Conference, Mr Johnson said he remained “narrowly in favour” of staying inside the grouping of 27 member states and supported David Cameron’s policy of negotiating a new relationship for Britain in the EU.
But he added: “If that fails then yes, obviously, we should be ready to walk away,” he said. “We should be ready to leave.”

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Abans, el primer ministre Cameron havia dit als delegats de la conferència de 300 que podia negociar una nova relació per a Gran Bretanya amb Europa.
Mr Cameron attacked the “pessimists” who believed he would fail, in a direct rebuke to Tory grandees, such as Michael Portillo and Lord Lawson, who have called for the UK to withdraw from the EU.
“There are some pro European pessimists who say, you have to, in Europe, simply sign up to every single thing that anyone in the EU suggests.
You sign every treaty, you sign everything – there is no alternative.
“I think they are completely wrong,” Mr Cameron said.
“The second group of pessimists say there is no prospect of reforming the EU, you simply have to leave. I think they are wrong too.
“I think it is possible to change and reform this organisation and change and reform Britain’s relationship with it.”

 

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