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The United Kingdom's Brexit vote is arguably the greatest disaster ever to hit the European Union. Now, the EU must act fast – not least by ending the post-referendum market turmoil – if it is to survive.The EU needs a strong leader again.The EU must go further than just Brexit damage control.Current EU rules are clear on the responsibilities of EU institutions and national governments, respectively. The problem is that most European governments (especially British Tory governments) tend to scapegoat the EU to mask their own political myopia. Little wonder that the EU has grown so unpopular. The EU has a strong case to make for itself, but it needs good-faith leaders to deliver its message to the people.
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