Independent of this, the austerity policies of the European Union and the dogma of neoliberalism have made a significant contribution to the strengthening of nationalist and racist parties. We went into the election campaign with a clear course: we want a social, peaceful, an ecological Europe. For that, we have to change the EU from the bottom. This unity is a progress that will pay off in the long run. Nevertheless, we have not succeeded in attracting enough people with our political offerings.
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By Anthony Hay for MailOnline. English football clubs are back at the forefront of European football with Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal all progressing to the finals of UEFA's elite competitions. Liverpool and Tottenham sealed a date in the Champions League final by defeating Barcelona and Ajax respectively in dramatic semi-final encounters before Arsenal and Chelsea also made sure they successfully flew the flag for English football. Here, Sportsmail looks at how the Premier League has taken over European football once again. Premier League clubs have the funds to attract the best players to England with the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid having to compete with Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United for star signings.
How are Premier League clubs dominating Europe?
Although Europe represents only about 8 percent of the planet's landmass, from to , Europeans conquered or colonized more than 80 percent of the entire world. Being dominated for centuries has led to lingering inequality and long-lasting effects in many formerly colonized countries, including poverty and slow economic growth. There are many possible explanations for why history played out this way, but few can explain why the West was so powerful for so long. Caltech's Philip Hoffman , the Rea A.
And so it ends. The lights were still on, but it was late, it was quiet, and they had all gone home. A few hours before, they'd waited in their thousands with fireworks and song, but the hope had died and they had left long ago. Some had even departed early, knowing it was over; not just the match, but more than that. Something deeper.