'Three reasons to oppose British accession to the EEC' from Le Monde (5 May 1971)

On 5 May 1971, French daily newspaper Le Monde publishes a non-editorial comment by Jean-Marcel Jeanneney, former ambassador and minister under General de Gaulle and Georges Pompidou, in which he expands upon the three reasons that lead him to oppose the accession of the United Kingdom to the European Economic Community (EEC).

Source and copyright

Source: Le Monde. dir. de publ. Fauvet, Jacques. 05.05.1971, n° 8 182; 28e année. Paris: Le Monde. "Trois raisons contre l'adhésion de la Grande-Bretagne à la C.E.E.", auteur:Jeanneny, Jean-Marcel , p. 5.

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