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By Bronwen Maddox   June 2015

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The next five years will determine Britain’s place in the world for many years after that. As Adam Posen says, if the country contrives to fall out of the European Union and to relinquish Scotland, it will be a distinctly less interesting ally for the United States. And as Anatole Kaletsky writes, the chance of either currently makes the UK “Europe’s most unpredictable country.” The danger of the twin battles of this parliament is that victory goes to those who appear to care most, and the…

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