Metric Martyrs and Bendy Bananas: When is a Euromyth, a Euromyth?

European Union

I wrote my master’s thesis on Euromyths and Euroscepticism – a topic I find fascinating – and recently contributed an abridged version of it to The New Federalist. Euroscepticism is alive and kicking in all of the EU’s member states, not just the UK. We are right to question the decisions and processes of the EU – it is such a huge, complicated beast that affects our lives in more ways than we realise, but at the same time we shouldn’t necessarily shun it or be fearful of it.

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