Reuters reports: ‘The 28 EU national leaders, including outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May, will meet over dinner in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss the succession to Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and other key jobs, including the head of the European Central Bank, in the light of the election results. Italy’s Matteo Salvini of the League party (which won 34 per cent of the country’s vote) said: “The time has come to totally re-discuss old and outdated rules that have hurt Europe. Otherwise a vote like this cannot be explained” and has already suggested ripping up the budget austerity rules. Austria’s Parliament has sacked Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
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