Italians lose love for EU

Rome may be at the heart of events marking the 60th anniversary of the EU's founding treaty, but it is here that euroscepticism is growing.

One district of Rome, around the new hi-speed train station, Tiburtina, has fallen from glory. People here feel impoverished - and threatened by uncontrolled immigration. Most blame it on Europe.

"The situation has become worse instead of improving. With the opening of the borders, everything has arrived here in Italy, and everything has happened without…
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