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The thought of Cameron as prime minister has pro-Europeans spooked. Meanwhile the Czech ex-premier gets naked chez Berlusconi

By Manneken Pis   July 2009

Could David Cameron kill the Lisbon Treaty?

Gordon Brown was always regarded with suspicion in Brussels and now he’s a lame-duck premier to boot. But he still has one thing going for him in Europe: he’s not David Cameron.

With a Conservative victory in the next British general election looking inevitable, pro-Europeans are beginning to worry about what it will mean for them. Some diehard integrationists in the European parliament believed that when it came down to it, Cameron would not pull his MEPs out of the centre-right bloc, the EPP-ED (European People’s party and European Democrats), in search of…

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