31 MAR 2011
UNDER the terms of the Government’s European Union Bill any further transfers of sovereignty to Brussels are supposed to be subject to a referendum.
Yet, barely noticed by many MPs, yesterday the Commons nodded through the “start of a new cycle of economic governance in the European Union”. The new powers, contained in the obscurely titled EU document 18066/10, give Brussels greater oversight of public spending decisions taken by national governments.
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