Saturday July 11, 2020

McGurk: We can reap hidden benefits of a Brexit

We should be looking at the opportunities it could open up for us

27th December, 2015
Officer guards southern gate to Munich main station Pic: Getty

‘Our message to Europe is clear: Spain will never again be the periphery of Germany. We will restore the meaning of sovereignty.” So said Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias last week, as the two-party system that has ruled Spain since the days of Francisco Franco was swept aside in the general election. Not unlike events in Greece earlier in the year, yet another part of the EU is challenging austerity rule from Brussels (or, dare I...

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