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The EU is not working for us, warns Osborne

Chancellor talks tough as Merkel refuses to back down on migration

Britain's Finance Minister George Osborne leaves 11 Downing Street in London, on October 27, 2014, ahead of an address to the House of Commons by Prime Minister David Cameron on Britain's relations with the European Union.<br />
Britain must contribute an extra 2.1 billion euros ($2.66 billion) into the EU budget or face fines, the European Commission said on Monday, after a furious David Cameron insisted that London would not pay.</p>
<p>AFP PHOTO/Leon NealLEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

Britain joined the EU for economic reasons, and when it’s not working economically for Britain that’s why we get this debate about the membership of the EU says George Osborne.

The ENGLISH DEMOCRATS SAY;- sorry to remind you George, but didn’t the “ENGLISH  DEMOCRATS” say this before we joined the EU.


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