The European Union is hardly perfect, but I find it a bit ridiculous to consider it a vast conspiracy and not an extremely complex, and very often contradictory, development. I am a fan of Frank Furedi's work, and I typically enjoy his articles on spiked (a must-read, for me). In his last column, "Italy has dealth a blow to the establishment", Furedi deals with the recent Italian elections. The starting point of the column is rather common now in the Anglo-Saxon press, particularly the conservative one. The Brits, and the Americans, dislike the European Union so much, that they tend to assume that everything which is against the EU should be great. This is predicated on the assumption that the EU has
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