May 25, 2014

French Still Dream of Euro Super State

Macer Hall, Daily Express

The Associated Press

Whatever the results in the elections though the Eurocrats have already decided how to respond. Brussels will be seething with intrigue and deals as the establishment attempts to limit the damage to the European project caused by the election of hundreds of Euro-sceptic MEPs to the European Parliament.

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