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Euro debt crisis: the impact of the eurosceptics

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Euro debt crisis: the impact of the eurosceptics
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The euro zone debt crisis appears to be emboldening many eurosceptics, most notably in Britain, to push for a redefinition of relations with the EU. While Europe’s leaders are calling for more integration to tackle the bloc’s current financial problems, the EU’s biggest opponents remain strongly opposed to the idea of giving Brussels more power. Britain’s David Cameron is already facing demands from those within his own Conservative party to cut ties with Europe.

But it’s not just in Britain, opponents elsewhere in Europe also believe the euro and the push for more integration has proved a failure. euronews’ Paul Hackett tried to find out what impact such eurosceptism is having on efforts to resolve Europe’s on-going economic woes in a special close-up on the debt crisis. For the full report click on the link above.

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