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Cameron’s EU deal is wafer thin, but that’s not the point

Britain's real obstacle lies at home

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The European Union’s model of shared sovereignty is in a mess. The eurozone needs closer integration, which the bloc’s electorates and politicians don’t want to accept. Schengen is in trouble, in part, because member states won’t allow the EU to control the external border or to distribute refugees. And…

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