The EU tax London for 2.1 bil. Farage thanks boom in polls

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Brussels calls on the British government 2.1 billion of new transfers. Cameron refuses, but the Eurosceptic party UKIP jumps in the polls. And the referendum to leave the EU is approaching ....

The EU's decision to change the method for calculating the GDP

Nigel Farage could not hope for a better assist from a friend so unexpected. The EU's decision to change the method for calculating the GDP has led Brussels to London to seek 2.1 billion of new taxes. A blow to Prime Minister Cameron was quick to define 'illegitimate', but that has had its effects on the political field.

While these days are increasing contacts between the British government and the EU Commission to find a point of mediation, the polls have been booming consensus for the party's eurosceptic Nigel Farage. According to the Independent newspaper, the party allied with the 5 Star Movement now would collect 19 percent of the vote, four points higher than last month and one point more than the record high reached so far by the party in June.

A boom that put the prime minister in the Conservative months now trying to chase the enemy on his own ground. Cameron has in fact married a Eurosceptic policy in an effort to stem the haemorrhage of votes. But his strategy did not work. The Conservatives remain the largest party with 30 percent of the vote but dropped by five points from last month. At the same level, but also the Labour down to the lowest approval rating since Ed Miliband took over the leadership. Down a point also the consensus of the Lib Dems, to 9 per cent, while the Greens hold at 4 per cent.

Meanwhile, the general elections are approaching and the spectrum of the referendum on England's exit from Europe looms like a boulder. One thing is certain, the next campaign will be played on two issues: immigration and relations with the European Union.

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author avatar Retired
30th Oct 2014 (#)

It all seems very complicated to me. Glad you can keep track! :)

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30th Oct 2014 (#)

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30th Oct 2014 (#)

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30th Oct 2014 (#)

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