Wednesday November 25, 2020

Michael McDowell: Europe’s ‘leaders’ unaware of federalist blathering arrogance

Becoming a North Dakota in a federal Europe is not in our interest

28th August, 2016
Italian PM Matteo Renzi held a mini-summit on the tiny island of Ventotene Pic: Getty

Prior to the tragic loss of life in the Umbrian earthquake, Italy was in the news for an altogether different reason.

Italian premier, Matteo Renzi, had invited Angela Merkel and François Hollande to join him for a short conference to discuss the future of the EU in the aftermath of Brexit. It was in advance of the EU Council meeting of the 27 remaining member states on the Brexit, to be held in Bratislava next...

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