EU Leaders Rushing TTIP Negotiations As Fears Over Deal Collapse Grow

American and European Union (EU) negotiators are rushing to complete the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal before Barack Obama leaves office, as fears increase the deal will be delayed another two to three years, or even collapse completely, once a new U.S. President is sworn in. Breitbart London has reported on fears the deal will erode democracy, giving effective power of veto to big business over national laws, as well as threatening Britain’s National Health Service (NHs) with a “myriad of dangers”. Now it is looking increasingly likely negotiators may try to rush it through as soon

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