Tuesday February 25, 2020

Juncker’s invitation to all migrants is a door to disaster

The EU Commission president is fuelling an existential crisis that threatens the European Union – and the cultures of its member states

13th September, 2015
Our compassion for the needy should not cloud our view of the very serious position the EU finds itself in Picture: Getty

The events of the last seven days have been so astonishing that we have hardly had time to stop and reflect on their immensity. The Middle East crisis has spilled over suddenly into the EU and we have thousands and thousands of desperate refugees clogging the roads and the railways stations of Central Europe. Can we even remember the beginning of the trail of events which has led to this extraordinary moment?

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