2011-12-10theweek.com

``Britain's Labour party is lashing out at the Conservative prime minister's decision. Cameron made a "catastrophic decision to walk away," and now "26 countries [will] make crucial decisions without us," says Labour leader Ed Miliband in Britain's Guardian. It leaves Britain dangerously isolated, like "a rowing boat next to a supertanker." Financial analyst Max Keiser calls it a suicidal move that will ravage the British economy and "finish" Cameron's tenure as prime minister. Give him a break, says Halah Touryalai at Forbes. "If Angela Merkel and David Cameron's roles were switched, you'd be hard pressed to see Germany signing into an agreement that it felt was not in its best interest. Why would anyone want to be pulled in closer to the euro mess if they didn't have to be?"''


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