Our Leaders are to hold a weekend retreat in Austria, to try and plot a course for the EU. Some of them have a few ideas:
Many leaders are calling for a "Great Debate" to establish a consensus on the EU's future and deliver a new manifesto on the principles and values of an increasingly united Europe. Ideally, the declaration would be issued in 2007, when the EU marks its 50th anniversary.Us Eurosceptics have been calling for a debate for as long as we can remember. But rather than "What should we do for the glory of Europe", we want the topic to be "Whats the bloody point".
Why is it that whenever anyone calls for a debate its about how to push this useless project forward?