British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel following his arrival on April 12, in Meseberg, Germany. Cameron and Merkel are meeting for two days to discuss the current European financial crisis and other matters.(Getty Images)
British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel following his arrival on April 12, in Meseberg, Germany. Cameron and Merkel are meeting for two days to discuss the current European financial crisis and other matters.
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Merkel-Cameron Talks Foreshadow Britain-EU Split

April 19, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
In a foretaste of things to come, a real divide issues from German-British talks.
 

Reports emanating from weekend talks between Germany’s Chancellor Merkel and Britain’s Prime Minister Cameron reveal the increasingly irreconcilable differences in the separate visions that these leaders have for the future of the European Union.

It has been rather agonizing at times watching the inevitable unfold in relations between these two nations. Ultimately, Britain was always destined to either leave or be thrust out of the European Union. It’s just taken a painfully long time for the inevitable to occur. Yet, last weekend’s talks between these two leaders only served to emphasize the deepening rift between the two. It’s just a matter of time before the bust-up occurs.

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