A Constitutional treaty for the EU the British approach to the European Union Intergovernmental Conference 2003 : Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs by Command of Her Majesty, September 2003.

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  • European Union. -- Intergovernmental Conference.,
  • European Union -- Great Britain.,
  • European Union countries -- Politics and government.

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Number of Pages59
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ISBN 100101593422

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