British EU critics see the EU’s corona bailout as confirmation of their fears.
Great Britain is distancing itself from its European partners in the pandemic – and discussions with Brussels are stalling.
They had always known:
the EU is becoming a superstate that is gradually undermining the sovereignty of the member countries – luckily Britain is off the hook.
That was the conclusion of Brexit supporters after the EU agreed on the € 390 billion corona bailout last week.
6.08.2020 | Aktualisiert am 5.08.2020
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