It has long been accepted in the EU that, where a country has a “vital national interest” at stake—as Britain clearly has in financial services—it is unwise and perhaps even wrong to outvote it by a qualified majority.
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Friday, April 30, 2010
John C. CalhEUn?
The Economist on the European Union's version of the concurrent majority