11 September 2017
"The last time Jean-Claude Juncker took Europe’s pulse its blood pressure was sky-high as it battled Brexit, populism and the refugee crisis.
Standing before MEPs last September, Juncker used his annual State of the Union address to admit the European Union was having an existential crisis.
He made a now familiar complaint about a lack of togetherness among member countries and bemoaned the bloc’s economic problems.
But, a year on, has much changed? Here we examine progress by looking at six key points from his speech 12 months ago."
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