Ganley's grand plan at least has us moving forward
Declan Ganley's dream of a federal Europe may become a reality quicker than many of his detractors suspect, writes Jody Corcoran
WHO said this, three years ago, shortly after the defeat of the Lisbon Treaty, before the second referendum? "I voted for the Nice Treaty. Why? I'm pro-European."
It could have been any of our europhiles, right? Take your pick: Pat Cox, John Bruton, Lucinda Creighton, or, indeed, most politicians of the three main parties, Fine Gael, Fianna Fail and Labour.