Instead, the treaty refers to "social cohesion" and "full employment".
Ok: "free and undistorted competition"...into "social cohesion" and "full employment".
Did you miss it? If you did, don't blink when you read it - stare very hard. Spot the difference, anyone?
"Social cohesion" read: "lumpen proles" and "dependent masses"
"Full employment" read: "Salaried unemployed".
"Free and undistorted competition" read: wealth, prosperity, social mobility, competitiveness in the face of global threats.
Clearly the concept of feee and undistorted competition is too much for old
With words like this the EU will die - the only choice the UK has is if it wants to join the