Wednesday January 29, 2020

No EU rush to follow British to the exits

A survey asked EU citizens if they, like the British, would like to leave the EU. The answer was a resounding no

28th February, 2019
Pro-Brexit supporters demonstrate in London. Pic: Getty

The views and opinions of ordinary EU citizens have hardly been considered in the Brexit soap opera, which, to all intents and purposes has forced the UK to look increasingly inwards, almost in preparation for the moment when it leaves the family of the EU.

Even though the family is awkward, unwieldy and sometimes dictatorial, it has brought a unity of purpose as well as a useful economic unity to the wide variety of nations...

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