Michael Barratt Brown
Neutralism and the Common Market
the blackpool Resolution on the Common Market leaves the matter open. As the facts which George Brown is waiting for are revealed one by one over the next months of negotiation we can either press our opposition to Britain’s entry or allow the concessions that will be obtained to lull us into accepting that the minimum conditions of the Resolution have been satisfied. For there is little doubt that some concessions will be won by the Government at least for British, Danish and New Zealand agriculture and that some general understanding will be reached about Article 92, which limits government action in constraint of the free working of market forces.
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