Verdict of the Week
For the thirteenth year in succession the European Court of Auditors has refused to sign off the EU accounts. For the thirteenth year in succession they say it is because of widespread fraud, abuse of funds, and mismanagement.
If this happened to a normal company it would have been closed down and all its directors sacked and put before the courts years ago. Why does it not happen here? With our governing body is such poisoned disarray is it any wonder that our banks and building societies think they can continue to get away with such ruinous behaviour with our money.
The eCourt Verdict is that the EU is riddled with corruption and the sooner it is brought to justice and the European gravy train de-railed, the better off we will be and the better off Europe will be.