Oct 05, 2015

The EU is used to bypass national democracy, Home Office minister admits | UK Politics | News | The Independent

Governments use the European Union to bypass national democracy and pass laws that national parliaments would not accept, a Home Office minister has admitted. Karen Bradley told a fringe meeting at Conservative party conference that other countries sometimes asked British MEPs to push legislation through the European Parliament so it could not be blocked by their own national legislatures. She...

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