Cameron takes his seat with European Council President Donald Tusk at an EU summit in Brussels.
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BRUSSELS: When Britons decide next week whether to leave the European Union, the question will be simple: yes or no. Actually leaving would be far more complicated, rather like a drawn-out, painful and possibly bitter divorce.Should it be time to say goodbye, the way the process unfolds will have deep ramifications for Britain and probably influence what happens to the EU down the road, experts say.Britain wouldn't leave the EU immediately. The sides would have to decide, among other things, on whether Britain remains in the EU's single market or will be subjected to new tariffs on trade.This is when the remaining EU countries could make life very difficult for Britain. Pressure might also mount domestically in Britain if pro-European Scotland calls for a new referendum on its future in Britain.All of this would cause much uncertainty for Britain, but could possibly be good for the EU in the short term.
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