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"President-in-Office, thank you for bringing some real politics to the European Council. In three days’ time you will be free of the Presidency and be able to advance German policy with great self-confidence across the European stage. Could you assure us that Germany will always fight to combat the version of pick-and-choose Europe that is Tony Blair’s sad legacy? My view is that it is sensible now to put into practice the closer cooperation revisions that we see inside the Treaty. You spoke of the African proverb which says that you go faster by yourself, but you go further with others. The problem is that if you stick to the British Government’s approach, we will simply continue to go around in circles. Show the way forward, break out of the corral, and the more timid and conservative partners will follow."@en1
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