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Jacques Delors

Jacques Lucien Jean Delors is a French economist and politician, the eighth President of the European Commission and the first person to serve two terms in that office (between January 1985 and December 1994). » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Now's the time for the PM to show his mettle
2014-07-02
It is a time to be ambitious as even some avowed federalists such as Jacques Delors think that associate membership for the United Kingdom may be suitable. David Cameron has been courageous to oppose something that he could not change but now he ...
(Western Daily Press)
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David Cameron's defeat over Juncker could work in his favour
2014-06-27
Oddly enough, Europhiles such as Jacques Delors and Nicolas Sarkozy have recently moved towards such a solution. Even Mr Juncker has hinted that he would consider it. Nothing will deflect such men from their own pilgrimage towards the “finalité ...
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    David Cameron's defeat over Juncker could work in his favour
    2014-06-27
    On those terms, both could live happily in a reshaped European Union. Oddly enough, Europhiles such as Jacques Delors and Nicolas Sarkozy have recently moved towards such a solution. Even Mr Juncker has hinted that he would consider it. Nothing will ...
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    The "Junckernaut" is driving Britain to inevitable separation
    2014-06-26
    Jacques Delors, who whatever you might think of him remains one of the few leaders of any authority and vision to have emerged from the European quagmire, has suggested a possible way out for Britain – a sort of amicable divorce, but with extensive ...
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      Cameron Feigns Victory as he gets Ready to be EU-Humiliated
      2014-06-23
      Under the system in effect before the Lisbon Treaty, Cameron could have done what Prime Minister John Major did in 1995 when former Belgian prime minister Jean-Luc Dehaene was the top choice to succeed Frenchman Jacques Delors as president of the ...
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      The Last Post in Europe
      2014-06-22
      Inexplicably, British officials are seeking milk-and-water changes to the entire EU structure, instead of grabbing at the special status that Euro-federalists keep offering us. Jacques Delors wants Britain to enjoy free trade and intergovernmental ...
      (Telegraph.co.uk (blog))

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        Tawdry deal will leave Europe the big loser
        2014-06-21
        The days when Jacques Delors could turn the commission into an engine of integration have long gone. No, forget visions of Europe's future. The argument has all been about competing national politics. And, put bluntly, the dynamics of the European ...
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          Jean-Claude Juncker - Federalist danger man or skilled fixer?
          2014-06-13
          While Juncker's principles may put him at odds with Cameron, they are not out of step with past Commission presidents such as France's Jacques Delors or Italy's Romano Prodi, who made the case passionately for more Europe. But after the existential ...
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            Cameron vs Juncker
            2014-06-12
            In part, his attractiveness and the misgivings are two sides of the same coin: he would make a strong, independent leader in the Jacques Delors mode. (Their political origins, in fact, are in the same centre-left stream of Christian Democrat thought ...
            (Times of Malta)
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