- 28 Dec 2019
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- Sandy Bedfordshire
That seems a pretty fair assessment to me, and exactly why I think we are better off to leave. Where is the urge he speaks of coming from, not one suspects the member countries governments. This is the problem. The Commission set up to administer the necessary bureaucracy to facilitate co-operation in trade and other areas has ceased to see itself as the servant of the members, it now wants to be the boss.Bild Zeitung a couple of weeks ago -
In the end — as Germany’s most respected politician today, Wolfgang Schaeuble, the President of our Bundestag Parliament, admits — the urge is to align fiscal and budget policies. This will centralise the EU to such an extent that not only separate national governments, but even the nations themselves will become a thing of the past, at least in all practical and legal senses.