The European Union has United Again, Thanks to the Brexit
The European Union has United Again, Thanks to the Brexit. European heads of government meet on Sunday to ratify the Brexit agreement.
Where they usually go on the street fighting, they did not let London scatters themselves. How did that happen?
It will be the high mass of the Sunday unit in Brussels when the European heads of government meet to agree on the Brexit agreement.
Where the Member States frequently argue about everything (migration, summertime, CO2 emissions, budget rules, EU budget, digitisation), Prime Minister Michel and his 26 EU colleagues kept the ranks tight and closed during the Brexit negotiations.
Striking, because the interests of the Member States in the Brexit vary widely. What makes the Union almost too good to be right this time?