How Merkel's Germany is legally ALLOWED TO IGNORE EU rules all other nations sign up to

  Daily Express 

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EUROPEAN Union bosses show a fragrant disregard for their own rules by allowing Germany to ignore the bloc’s laws that other weaker countries are forced to abide by.
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