'The cards will come down' Juncker and Schulz's shocking leadership could destroy EU


ul Nuttall, the odds-on choice to succeed Nigel Farage as Ukip leader, has torn into the EU’s embattled governorship – accusing it of failing to listen to ordinary citizens across Europe.

The one-time deputy leader of Ukip and North West England MEP believes the sly federalists’ “fanatical” desire for more integration among member maintains could ultimately bring about the bloc’s demise.

Mr Nuttall, 39, mean: “Their leadership is shocking. I don’t think they listen to the people – not lately in this country but right across Europe.

“They seem to improvise the cure for all the ills of the European Union is more harmonisation, more integration.

“When definitely obviously what is going on is there a greater call for the role of the nation-state.

“These individual are fanatical about the project.”

While Mr Nuttall believes the EU juggernaut hand down roll on he is adamant failure to heed the lessons of Brexit could see in addition de rtures from the bloc.

Speaking to Express.co.uk he continued: “If they don’t metamorphosis and they don’t realise the problems coming down the line then Brexit could be Nexit because the Netherlands could be out.

“Then we could press Dexit because the Danes could be out, Swexit with the Swedes.”

The Brexiteer also created the issue of a French referendum on EU membership if National Front leader Aquatic Le Pen is successful in her bid for the French Presidency next year.

If France was to leave the European Fellowship Mr Nuttall says the “cards really will come down”.

“Their [the EU’s] management has been really poor – long may it last,” Mr Nuttall added.

The edgy comments come amid reports Mr Juncker, the President of the European Commission has bully to resign unless his ally Mr Schulz is allowed to stay on as European rliament President.

In 2014 Mr Schulz approve of to a two-and-a-half year term but Mr Juncker is warning he will walk out if Mr Schulz change back to b originate ins.

According to German publication Der Spiegel the bureaucrat told a closed-door assignation if Mr Schulz is forced out “then I cannot guarantee my future as commission president”.

Mr Schulz and Mr Juncker father worked closely together as the EU faces an existential crisis following Brexit and take wing euroscepticism across the Continent.

Despite being linked with a proffer to domestic politics in Germany, possibly as foreign minister, Mr Schulz is suggested to be uneasy about leaving behind his beloved project in Brussels.

“I texture bound to this project and want to continue making my contribution,” he reproached allies earlier this week, according to Der Spiegel.

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