Is the UK going to leave European Union?
Having been entered in 1973, United Kingdom is not a founder member of the EU. Elections on may 10th don't show strong will to remain in it. Its links with the United States are due to language and politics. Both are systems in which the winner takes all, both are strongly based on decision making. And as in the U.S., to say taxes are not so popular is not enough. Individualism and free market has a strong base. We still find skepticism in the English Conservativs and UKIP. Even without a specific European tax, Europe is funded by its government members. Nowadays Britain puts its membership in question: too hard to believe. David Cameron announced his intent to keep the promise of a referendum in or out Europe, deadline is 2017 (it has probably to be held in 2016). Today George Osborne, the UK minister of Finance will meet other European ministers in Brussels. Consequences on finance, monetary stability and communication are expected. I think it is quite paradoxical to keep English as a universal language in the EU, with no english speaking country but the little Ireland.