Martin Kettle in the Guardian, that bastion of liberal democracy and internationalism…
“The question facing Europeans is therefore this. Not to forge an ever closer union in which, for all the EU’s successes, the word forge seems unhappily to be increasingly appropriate. But how to manage the now foreseeable breakup of the EU in a responsible and restrained way, preserving and strengthening such forms of co-operation as we can.”
Is it really?
Hark the sound of lazy London carbon dioxide emitters jumping on a bandwagon. But on the other hand, it is the zeitgeist. Or maybe not, as that’s all a bit foreign, innit?
It’s not called Perfidious Albion for nothing.
If there was ever a political forgery, it is the so-called United Kingdom.