The monster on the doorstep
It cannot be right to support the emergence of a European superstate that would probably be autocratic in nature. More than 400 years of British foreign policy has been spent trying to prevent the creation of such a monster on our doorstep. Is this tradition so lightly to be betrayed? Yet, through the IMF, we seem, ineptly, to be pursuing just such a strategy. If further IMF support for Europe is counterproductive, high-risk and contrary to the long-term national interest, why are we doing it?