The President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, has criticized the UK´s stance for finding the better way to fix the crisis in the European Union. He has asked for a change of attitude from the UK and to its govern.
These words have gone out after a new failure for trying to find a solution at the reform of the European Union. The UK vetoed a treaty for the 27 members for the European Union, arguing it had to protect the Britannic industry and its economic interest.
Despite the veto of the United Kingdom, the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, said that he hoped to see the new fiscal deal signed by most EU states by early March.
This new deal is designed to allow closer monitoring of countries' spending, in order to prevent a repeat of the eurozone’s current debt crisis.
This attitude of United Kingdom's prime minister David Cameron's, has strained relations between his Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrat, its coalition allies at the govern.
The United Kingdom, in exchange for giving its agreement, asked for a specific protocol on financial services which was a risk to the integrity of the internal market. Criticizing this attitude, the French member of the European Parliament, Joseph Daul, said that "26 of the 27 states have shown responsibility", agreeing that "shared sovereignty is better than sovereignty taken over by the markets".