BRUSSELS FURY: Massive wave of anti-EU sentiment in nations including France and Germany

Estonia topped the list, with 73 per cent saying it was the most important issue facing the union, followed by Denmark (71 per cent), the Czech Republic (67 per cent), Latvia (67 per cent), Hungary (67 per cent), Malta (62 per cent), the Netherlands (62 per cent), Slovakia (59 per cent) and Sweden (59 per cent). 

Bulgaria (57 per cent), Germany (57 per cent), Slovenia (54 per cent) and Lithuania (53 per cent) were also more worried about it than Britain, which was on 51 per cent. 

Terrorism was the second biggest concern for most European Union countries and again many member states – 20 in total – were more nervous of terror attacks than the UK, including Ireland.

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