We are not alone in turning against undemocratic EU, says TIM NEWARK
THIS week the Italian parliament was dissolved as the troubled country prepares for a general election in two months.
The polls predict a three-way split between the leading parties with two of them directly opposed to the mass migration forced on their country by the EU, including Silvio Berlusconi’s revived centre-Right Forza party.
Whatever the result it looks to herald more rocky times for the EU and its outdated policies.
Every time an EU official opens their mouth another vote is ratcheted up for any anti-establishment party.
Italy on brink of crisis? March elections could trigger political BOMBSHELL in EU state
ITALY's economic development minister Carlo Calenda warned his country is set for a deep plunge into financial chaos if voters chose anti-establishment party 5 Star Movement – or unelectable Silvio Berlusconi.