BRUSSELS is warned today that public disillusionment with Europe is at its deepest in Britain and if voters cannot be shown power can flow back to national parliaments, then the EU will become "democratically unsustainable".
BRUSSELS is warned today that public disillusionment with Europe is at its deepest in Britain and if voters cannot be shown power can flow back to national parliaments, then the EU will become \"democratically unsustainable\".
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The eurosceptic broadside, the strongest yet by a UK Government minister, comes from William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, speaking in Berlin.
It follows the indirect warning from Michael Gove, the Education Secretary for England, that Britain could leave the EU if powers are not repatriated back to Westminster, and Home Secretary Theresa May's determination last week to claw back more than 100 law and order powers.
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