A new EU border force
It may all be coming to a head sooner rather than later. In Britain, the focus is on next year’s referendum. But the Financial Times reports events on the ground are moving much faster. The FT writes that:
“Brussels is to propose the creation of a standing European border force that could take control of the bloc’s external frontiers — even if a government objected. The move would arguably represent the biggest transfer of sovereignty since the creation of the single currency.”
You see. It was never about the money. The money is just a means of persuasion, or coercion if necessary."
fro Dan Denning ,Capital and Conflict