After The Elections The Real Battle For Europe Begins

Fazi, Thomas
July 2014
Social Europe: The Journal of the European Left;Summer/Autumn2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p26
The article discusses issues concerning the outcomes from the results of the 2014 European Parliament elections. According to the think tank Open Europe, almost a third of incoming Members of the European Parliament (MEP) will be anti-European Union (EU) malcontents. Other critical issues such as Great Britain Prime Minister David Cameron's criticism of the EU are highlighted


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