Marine Le Pen, French co-chair of the ENF group
What will the UK’s future in Europe be like? The day after European Council President Donald Tusk proposed a settlement in response to UK demands for reforms, MEPs discussed the issue as part of a debate on the EU summit on 18-19 February, which will be dedicated to the talks as well as the migration crisis. Most MEPs stressed that the UK staying in the EU would be better for both the country itself as well as for the other member states, but questioned some of the requested reforms.
Marine Le Pen, the French co-chair of the ENF group, said: "The Brits had have enough of the European Union, so they want to get out of the EU. They miss their sovereignty, their ability to solve problems at a national level, they got their own way at looking at it, their own culture."
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