Populist demagogues in other EU countries have watched the tragicomic mega-shambles of Britain’s attempted Brexit and decided that the wiser course is to stay in the EU and try to dominate it from within.
Elections to the EU Parliament held last week in 28 European countries, including the U.K., were the second-biggest democratic exercise. Theresa May says she will resign as prime minister on June 7. The Hill Times file photograph by Sam Garcia
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