Saturday February 29, 2020

This is a Europe we never imagined

Groupthink informs the media’s attitude to the EU, while most politicians have become opportunistic cheerleaders for its bully-boy tactics and its heaving trough of goodies

12th July, 2015
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It is quite a place the EU has arrived at today, July 12, 2015. Irrespective of what happens to Greece – and at the time of writing one is still awaiting a final outcome – this day will go into the history books. Will it be calamitous or another narrow escape?

It was never meant to be like this. In the great new post-war European trade and political experiment we created a world for a post-nationalist era....

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