The mayor of London to agitate for the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, and the British business against

The mayor of London , Boris Johnson Sunday, February 21, announced that it would campaign for a British exit from the EU, making it the most prominent opponent of Prime Minister David Cameron and most of his government. A national referendum is scheduled for June 23.

British businesses would vote against leaving the EU

Johnson and Cameron are members of the same Conservative party, the mayor of London as one of possible candidates on a post of the successor to the current leader. Being one of the most respected politicians in the country, he for many months refused to clarify its position on the question of the referendum. According to Reuters, on Sunday, explaining its commitment to the development of the European Union, Johnson said specifically that this is not an element of the struggle for a post of the leader of the conservatives, reports NEWSru.com.

Johnson on Sunday said that the EU is «eroding sovereignty» undermines its political mechanism of democracy, and Cameron reached with the EU authorities, the deal does not reform the Union sufficiently. However, he acknowledged that the Prime Minister has done a fantastic job in the negotiations.

«I will vote for… because I want the best deal for the people of this country, which will save money and will regain control», — quotes the mayor of Sky News.

Cameron is a traditional supporter of Britain remaining in the European Union. However, on the eve of talks in Brussels, he warned that without change the terms of membership may not agitate compatriots for the idea of a United Europe. In early February, the EU provided the UK draft EU reform, which allowed Cameron and most of his Ministers to urge their constituents to vote on a referendum for preservation within a community.

After reaching a deal with the EU in the government was split on this issue: most of them stayed with Cameron, by the six Ministers will agitate for an exit, including justice Minister Michael Gove, considered to be one of the closest to Cameron to his Cabinet members.

British businesses would vote against leaving the EU

British business will vote for the United Kingdom remained a member of the European Union, reports Bloomberg referring to the British Institute of Directors (IoD) and the group manufacturing companies (EEF).

As stated in the Institute of Directors, the agreements reached David Cameron during talks with the EU, sufficient to more than 600 members of the Institute voted to remain in the Union. In EEF reported that, according to a poll conducted before the conclusion of the negotiations in Brussels, six out of 10 participants want to stay in the EU.

We will remind, last week the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron made a deal with the European Union, which will allow among other things to restrict the access of migrants to the United Kingdom to social assistance.

In addition, the EU treaties are amended, which says that all indications of the need to strengthen the integration within the EU do not apply to Britain; this means that London is refusing to further political integration with the EU.

Britain also gets the possibility of applying measures for the protection of the city of London from financial regulation measures of the EU, on the prevention of discrimination of UK companies within the EU because of the participation of Britain in the Eurozone.

June 23 in the UK held a referendum about leaving the EU. On the background of the agreements made by Cameron and his Cabinet will be easier to agitate citizens to remain in the EU.

At EEF, which represents the developers, manufacturers and industrial companies, reported that 61% of members of the organization want to stay in the EU, mainly for the reason that membership in the EU facilitates the exporting. As noted by Bloomberg, the British manufacturing sector is not the first year suffers from the strong pound and weak demand abroad.

As reported, the European Union has received the offer of great Britain to revise the terms of its EU membership. Prior to this, Cameron has acted with sharp statements. In particular, he demanded from Brussels to defend the country’s market, strengthen the competitiveness of the EU, to provide London access control migrants and to rid the country of «tighter» cooperation with the European Union.

By the end of 2014, the majority of Britons supported the exit of their country from the EU.




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