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Chuka Umunna
The House of Commons spent over 10 days and 20 days respectively in committee debating joining the EU in the 1970s and the Maastricht treaty in the 1990s.feedback
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Sep 02 2017
Donald Tusk, Jean-Claude Juncker and Rafael Behr, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Treaty of Rome. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 20 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 26 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Donald Tusk is: “Our shared responsibility and urgent task now is to conduct the negotiations on the UK's withdrawal from the European Union in the best possible spirit, securing the least disruptive outcome for our citizens, businesses and countries after March 2019. The timeframe set by Article 50 of the Treaty leaves us with no time to lose. We don't know when Brexit talks start. We know when they must end. Do your best to avoid a 'no deal' as result of 'no negotiations.”.
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Carl Bildt

There will certainly be fanfare, but also a fair amount of concern, as the leaders of the 27 post-Brexit European Union countries gather in Rome to celebrate 60 years since the signing of the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Economic Community and out of which the present European Union has evolved.feedback

Guy Verhofstadt

On the 60th anniversary of the treaty of Rome, and faced with an explosion of Eurosceptic nationalism, the EU stands at a crossroads. Radical reform is needed. Tomorrow, EU leaders past and present will gather in Rome to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the treaty of Rome, which established the European Economic Community, the forerunner to the European Union.feedback

Guy Verhofstadt

I think it's an absolute necessity that we go in that direction otherwise this continent will not survive. So I think it's a good opportunity to remember not only the treaty of Rome but mainly the initial ideas of the founding fathers of the European Union : a political union, an economic union, a defence union, and that's exactly what we need for the coming decades I think.feedback

Isabelle Kumar - Euronews

Division and discontent – that's nothing new for Europe – the difference is that this time, the EU leaders think they might have a plan to change that. And it's going to be thrashed out by European leaders in just a few days' time. Unity seems to be the byword of the moment. Rather ironically EU leaders will be broaching the bloc's unprecedented division at a celebration marking the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome that famously called for an ever closer union.feedback

Isabelle Kumar - Euronews

There are going to be crucial meetings coming up on the future of Europe, the European Commission President has put some proposals on the table. Do they provide a valid blueprint for the future? So do you feel as a small county, Slovenia if the multi-speed option is taken up – you are going to be forgotten about – your voice is not going to be heard? So the Treaty of Rome celebrations are just around the corner. What kind of image do you think the leaders there are going to portray if you imagine that family photo at the end?feedback

Donald Tusk - European Council

I want to dedicate this saying to all member states, especially before our discussion on the future, before the Rome celebration (commemoration of 60th anniversary of Treaty of Rome) – but especially today to the Polish government of course.feedback

Patience Wheatcroft

I want to know what the terms of our EU exit will be before I vote for it. And I believe the people, not just parliament, have the right to a say. Despite the prime minister’s threats of dire retribution should peers attempt to amend her Brexit bill, the House of Lords this week demonstrated a determination to do its job. Wednesday’s vote requiring the government to guarantee the rights of EU citizens prompted the second highest vote ever in the upper house. Ironically, the record remains with the 1993 debate over the Maastricht treaty to enlarge the European bloc.feedback

Mary Pieterse-Bloem - ABN AMRO

The amount (of) outstanding bonds with private investors is only to the tune of 17 billion euros ($18 billion) , that's very small relative to the overall stock of debt outstanding, and the majority is indeed with the European Central Bank and that's what the problem is, because any debt forgiveness would involve the European Central Bank and that smells very much like monetary financing which is, you know not entirely approved by the (European Union's) Maastricht Treaty so that's what the discussion is about. We are at the exact same spot, only at a higher GDP level.feedback

Anibal Cavaco Silva

The treaty we are about to sign is a decisive step forward in the path towards the European Union, an unparalleled process in contemporary history.feedback

Chris Leslie

This is the most significant law we've ever debated on our relationship with Europe and yet the government will only give it an eighth of the time that was spent on the Maastricht Treaty.feedback

Didier Reynders

I think we are signing the best commercial treaty the European Union has ever signed with a particularly close partner which shares our values.feedback

Andrew Blick

Whether or not they really possess that power, whether they really can act unilaterally to take us out of the European Union, to trigger Article 50, of the treaty on the European Union, is what's being tested in the courts.feedback

Donald Tusk - European Council

First of all, we will discuss the so called 'divorce process' as described in Article 50 of the Treaty. And secondly, we will start a discussion on the future of the European Union with 27 Member States.feedback

Nigel Farage

Since the Treaty of Maastricht, we have been citizens of the European Union. We have to, in this campaign, make people understand that EU membership and uncontrolled immigration are synonymous with each other.feedback

Viktor Orban

Members of the European Union, especially the members of the Shengen treaty are not able or are not ready to keep their word. So we still have international agreements, everybody should keep them. My number one suggestion was that we should go down to the south to defend the border of Greece if they are not able to do this, but nobody listened to us.feedback

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