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EU ‘superstate’ fear as Brussels chief Juncker plots for Chancellor for the whole of Europe

  • European Commission signs off ‘agenda for a more united and stronger’ Europe
  • It includes an official able to ‘reform’ the domestic budgets of member states
  • Decision was greeted by Brexiteers as vindication for the UK’s Leave vote 

Brussels was accused last night of ‘hurtling at breakneck speed’ towards becoming a post-Brexit superstate after the EU set out plans for its own Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Jean-Claude Juncker’s European Commission has signed off a new ‘agenda for a more united and stronger’ Europe.

It includes a new European Union finance supremo able to go into member states and make ‘structural reforms’ to their domestic budgets – and accelerates Brussels’ timetable for closer integration.

The decision was last night greeted by Brexiteers as vindication for the UK’s Leave vote.

Jean-Claude Juncker’s European Commission has signed off a new ‘agenda for a more united and stronger’ Europe

But Remainers argue that Britain’s exit leaves it unable to slow the creation of an EU powerhouse on our doorstep.

The Commission agreed on Tuesday to build on the ‘current momentum of confidence’ to accelerate integration by tabling the reforms in the European Parliament.

They could be completed by the time of Brexit in March 2019.

The plans, set out in a paper called The Future Of Europe, also call for a banking union across all member states, an EU army by 2025, an EU-wide work permit, a new pan-EU cyber-security agency and EU expansion to include Serbia and Montenegro.

The plans rubberstamp the ‘vision of Europe’ set out by Juncker in a speech last month.

The Commission agreed on Tuesday to build on the ‘current momentum of confidence’ to accelerate integration by tabling the reforms in the European Parliament

Last night Ukip MEP Nathan Gill said: ‘These sweeping new developments, including the EU creating its own Chancellor as well as pushing ahead with plans for a continent-wide army, prove Brussels is hurtling at breakneck speed towards becoming a full superstate. We got out in the nick of time.’

Pro-Brexit Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said: ‘This is what many of us thought was the plan all along. Now we have the evidence.’

Pro-Remain Tory MP Anna Soubry said: ‘Brussels can do these things more easily now we aren’t there to make the sensible case and work with those countries who also don’t want the EU to move in this direction.’

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5027823/EU-chief-Juncker-plots-Chancellor-Europe.html

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Jane Davies
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Jane Davies

An EU superstate in 40/50 years Bill? No way, the whole corrupt house of cards will be ancient history by then. I just hope that the history books will flag up the utter failure of the elite to take over the lives of the majority, worms are already starting to turn.

Bill
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A vindictive superpower on our doorstep could be a problem in 40/50 years.
But cannot see the EU lasting that long.

margaret Robinson
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margaret Robinson

just wondered if they had asked the peoples of Europe if this is what they want. I dont thinks that even Germany wants this. A banking union???? Not sure what they mean by this but possible an endeavour to undermine all nation states central banks. What about the debt ratios that are so different in each country. Now bringing in 2 more very poor states to be subsidised by the more advanced nations. This could have dire consequences for all Eu economies.

Jane Davies
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Jane Davies

We will see more countries citizens demanding a vote to leave, if that is denied them then there will be civil unrest on a massive scale. Thank goodness we getting out at last.

brexit121
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The way they are going they are going to cause a civil war.

Michael Roast
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Its time to put a stop to all the uncertainty and just get out of the E.U.

C A Dark
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C A Dark

The decades-old concerns about a superstate are now starting to manifest, but there is hardly a one hundred percent vote in favour of it among the populations. I’m sure they’re going to love Brussels meddling with their domestic budgets.

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