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Charles Grant

Charles Grant helped to found the Centre for European Reform in 1996. In January 1998 he left The Economist to become the CER’s first director. He is a regular contributor to the "Financial Times", the "International New York Times" and many other publications. He was a director and trustee of the British Council from 2002 to 2008. He is a member of the international advisory boards of the Moscow School of Civic Education, the Turkish think-tank EDAM and the French think-tank Terra Nova. He is the author of numerous CER publications, including Russia, China and global governance (London 2012) and How to build a modern European Union (London 2013).

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13.05.2015
Now that Cameron has won Britain’s general election, he must fulfil his promise of negotiating reforms to the EU and then holding an in-or-out referendum before the end of 2017. Cameron has made it clear that he wants Britain to stay in a reformed EU, but it will be hard for him to achieve reforms, and very hard to win a referendum.