Columns 30.9.2016 05:05 am

Europe must halt referendums

Referendums have most typically been held about membership. If they persist, the European Union may find Brexit the least of its worries.

The European Union (EU) lexicon, already stuffed with ugly words and phrases, needs to coin a new one: “Plebiphobia”.

Europe must halt referendums
Europe must halt referendums

Europe must halt referendums

Referendums have most typically been held about membership. If they persist, the European Union may find Brexit the least of its worries.

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