It’s difficult to know who to back in next month’s UK elections. Europe is a major issue which most normally sensible parties, or at least the parties who the public normally consider to be the more sensible, have largely chosen to ignore in the run up. The events in the eurozone are highly significant, in particular the Greek crisis, yet those in the most pro-EU parties don’t want to talk about them at all.
There’s next to nothing about it on Labour’s main website, Labourlist, for example.
Funny that! Those who believe in a united Europe, as many of our more ardent EU advocates clearly do, should feel as strongly about unemployed young people in Spain or poverty in Greece as about hardship in the UK. Yet, if they ever remember to make a critical comment, it is not because they wish to change anything. The just expired Parliament has seen…
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