Robin Hood tax is proving Cameron wrong on Europe
Brexit to decline
The financial transaction tax that 11 EU countries want to implement is a case study of David Cameron’s self-defeating approach to Europe. Refusing to engage with its partners means London will bear the consequences of decisions taken without the UK’s participation.
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