THE European Union could soon be left fending off "resentment" from across the bloc over plans to centralise efforts to help member states recover from the coronavirus pandemic, Swedish MEP Charlie Weimers forecast.
THE UK's decision to not to join the euro has been proven right - and Germany's decision to ditch the Deutsche Mark disastrously wrong - by recent eurozone carnage which has seen the EU's monetary union suffer its worst contraction on record, a Germany former MEP and economist has said.
GUY Verhofstadt has once again sparked fury on social media after calls for a European army as he boasted about the bloc's military spending power - with former Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib citing it as further evidence of the former Belgian Prime Minister's wish to build an "empire".
POLITICO’s EU Confidential · Ep 155: Protests spread — G7 drama — French MEP Manon Aubry Listen to the podcast on Spotify | Apple | Google | Soundcloud | Stitcher The killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of police officers sparked protests in the United States, as well as in Europe. POLITICO’s Rym Momtaz, Matthew Karnitschnig and David M. Herszenhorn […]