Britain joined the EEC (European Economic Community - as it then was) with effect from 1 January 1973. Two previous applications to joined had been vetoed by Charles de Gaulle in 1963 and 1967.
Britain joined the EEC in 1973, under the Conservative Government of Sir Edward Heath.
Britain joined the European Economic Community (EEC), as it then was, with effect from 1 Janaury 1973. The EEC has since then evolved into the EU.
Denmark joined the European Economic Community (EEC) on 1 January 1973, at the same time as Britain and the Republic of Ireland. The EEC is now known as the European Union.
The UK had been desperately trying to enter the EEC since about 1961. Its first two applications to join were vetoed by Charles de Gaulle in 1963 and 1967. It was considered absolutely essential to have full and unimpeded access to the vast market that the EEC provided and also to be involved in decision making within the EEC. (Britain could have become a member when the EEC was established but at that time many leading British politicians thought the whole thing was huge joke).
Malta joined the EU in 2004.
The Netherlands was one of the founding members of the EEC, in 1957. The EEC became the EU on November 1st of 1993.
Luxembourg was one of the founding members of the EEC, in 1957. The EEC became the EU on November 1st of 1993.
Britain and Denmark.
Ireland, Britain and Denmark.
Ireland made an application to join what was then known as the European Economic Community (EEC). Ireland's application had to be approved, which it was. Ireland joined the EEC on the 1st of January 1973. Since then, the EEC has had a few name changes and is now known as the European Union, or EU.
The Netherlands was one of the 6 founding members of the EEC in 1957. It is now known as the European Union and has 27 members.
Britain is just one of 28 members. It is an important country in Europe, but the EU can function without it. What was then the EEC was formed in 1957 by six countries. Britain did not join until 1973. So it was 16 years without Britain being involved. The EEC evolved and more countries joined and it is now called the EU. The EU may need to reform as a result of the decision of Britain to leave, to change some of the reasons why Britain felt it should leave. It will take time for Britain to leave and there is even the possibility that they will decide not to.
In 1973 the Scottish MP's in the British Parliament voted by a 51% no vote against joining the EEC.
Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, and Slovakia in 2007!
It was the beginning of the EEC which soon developed to the EU, it was signed by the first countries to join.
1957. Italy was one of the original six founder members.
No treaty, but a referendum on whether or not to join the EEC was held in the UK.
Yes Scotland is part of Great Britain which is a member of the EEC
Britain did not "join" the Roman empire. Britain was conquered and then annexed into the empire as a province.
1. In 1973 Greenland joined the European Economic Community (EEC) as a part of Denmark. 2. In 1979 Greenland was granted home rule (autonomy) and decided to leave the EEC with effect from 1985. It is the only country that has left the EEC/EU.
There are no plans for Britain to join the Euro and it is unlikely that it will ever happen.
France was one of the nations which, in 1957, signed the Treaty of Rome, which led to the EEC and then the EU.