Monday, 15 March 2010

Foreign Ministers Feeling 'Disenfranchised'

Oh dear, EU Observer reports that "With some foreign ministers feeling slightly disenfranchised by the European Union's new legal set-up, they are seeking to find a new public role for themselves in the EU."

This was the obvious outcome of the Lisbon Treaty and rather puts a hole in the argument about there being no loss of sovereignty, coupled with making William Hague's speech a few days ago nothing more than 'political posturing'.

Besides scrapping what is now an unnecessary political post, we might just as well scrap our entire 'government' and all its additional costs, which would save quite a few million each year. In fact some administration clerks and a couple of lawyers should be able to manage the job quite nicely and be a damn site cheaper.

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