Britain has always been a disruptive force in Europe, says former IMF head

Britain has always been a disruptive force in Europe, says former IMF head
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The UK has always sought to undermine the European Union project since 1973 and should leave as soon as possible, according to former International Monetary Fund (IMF) head Dominique Strauss-Kahn wrote in an editiorial for French newspaper Les Echos, ONAreports.

"Since 1973, you can't say that the British have helped us much." 

"Apart from a long period of Labour rule from 1997-2010, their actions have only aimed at slowing the European project, according to what they judge to be their interests. Without them, the Union today would have advanced much further, been much stronger and much more united."

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