“With the European Union struggling to overcome the financial crisis, and the knock-on impact on the politics of the European project, national political classes have been grasping for solutions to the EU’s perceived legitimacy problem. One of the most commonly cited solutions is to seek a greater role for national parliaments in EU decision making.”
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@jonworth Between 6th June when they publish plans to break Protocol and before June 23rd.
I think the publishing of plans will mean constituents complain "you said brexit done" + cost of living still high, Torries will really begin to worry about their seats in any future election.
(Jeez, these hot-takes-on-Ukraine “experts” who then get tweeted far and wide because their tweets conform to the reader’s confirmation bias… the world and politics aren’t so clear cut!)