In arguing for the necessity of further integration of the Eurozone, Cameron and Osborne have also been positioning the UK on the periphery of European developments. This is consistent with the direction of the UK on Europe which, since rejecting membership of the Euro, has moved towards a position that is primarily concerned with benefiting […]
About Chris Gifford
Chris Gifford is the Head of Behavioural and Social Sciences at the University of Huddersfield in the UK and is a member of the University’s Academy for British and Irish Studies. He completed his doctorate at the London School of Economics and he has since published on the UK’s relationship to European integration. His book The Making of Eurosceptic Britain: Identity and Economy in a Post-Imperial State (Ashgate) came out in 2008 and he is currently working on a second edition.