22 May 2000 This year’s Intergovernmental Conference (IGC) has so far been free of the wrangling and gnashing of teeth that usually accompanies an IGC, but then as yet no one has said anything worthy of a political punch-up. Some commentators maintain that EU member state governments are keeping their powder dry until the French […]

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