2 edition of British entry to the European Community found in the catalog.
British entry to the European Community
John Stanley Marsh
|Contributions||British-North American Committee. Agricultural policies for world trade expansion. 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 45 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
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The UK was not a signatory of the three original treaties that were incorporated into what was then the European Communities, including the most well known of these, the Treaty of Rome, establishing the European Economic Community (EEC).
Britain first began talks to join the EEC in July The UK's applications to join in and were vetoed by the President of France, Charles de. In the end, the British held on to the bones – the effort involved in moving them looked too momentous. But these are the lengths to which they were driven to Author: Kathryn Hadley.
In the summer ofwhen British entry was first being actively discussed behind closed doors, Sir Roderick Barclay, head of the UK delegation to the European Commission in Brussels, sent a dispatch to the Foreign Office stressing, in Mr Bell’s words.
In the Treaty of Rome established the European Economic Community which aimed to create a large European 'free trade area'. Initial British reluctance to seek membership of the Community was set aside by a decline in economic performance in the late s, as compared with other European countries. In a British application to join the.
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Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath took Britain in. Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson had a referendum on Britain’s membership – the last national referendum this country has had. 66% voted. The European Union is based on the rule of law.
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