That would make the system slightly more equitable in terms of the population count per vote in the Council of Ministers. The blocking vote would still be near the 30 per cent it is at present, a level that the 10 are keen to maintain. It would become slightly harder for a country such as Britain to engineer a blocking vote, but slightly easier than under the regime currently being put forward by the majority of its partners in the EU. This way, both sides would get something out of the agreement.
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