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Britain and European Integration. Views from Within. Political Quarterly Monograph Series

  • ID: 2715449
  • Book
  • August 2004
  • Region: United Kingdom, Europe
  • 60 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Since Britain joined the European Community in 1973, its relationship with its EC partners has been the subject of heated debate. Bringing together contributions from the eight men who have held the post of British Permanent Representative to the EC/EU, this book provides a unique and authoritative insight into the way this relationship has developed. Charged with representing Britain in negotiations in the Council of Ministers, and with acting as a conduit for information both from London and from Brussels, these men have enjoyed a privileged view of the reality of Britain s relationship with its EU partners. They now present a fascinating insight into the changing nature not only of Britain and the British debate about European integration, but also of an ever larger and more complicated EU.
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The European Research Institute and The Political Quarterly.

Introduction: Anand Menon.

Rt Hon Sir Michael Palliser GCMG 1973–1975.

Sir Donald Maitland GCMG, OBE 1975–1979.

Sir Michael Butler GCMG 1979–1985.

The Lord Hannay of Chiswick GCMG 1985–1990.

Sir John Kerr GCMG 1990–1995.

Sir Stephen Wall KCMG 1995–2000.

Sir Nigel Sheinwald KCMG 2000–2003.

John Grant CMG 2003 present.

Conclusion: Anand Menon.


The Contributors

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Anand Menon
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