SEVENTY-SIX Eurocrats met to name a CORRIDOR — but failed to reach a decision.
Brussels chiefs — accused of dithering over the economic meltdown — discussed it during a top-level debate.
But they couldn’t agree and passed the issue to a committee — which must REPORT back to them.
European Parliament president Martin Schulz was at the May 9 meeting of its Bureau, which debates strategy.
Minutes show it began with a request to name a corridor in the Altiero Spinelli building in Brussels The Baltic Way — after a peaceful 1989 mass protest against Soviet rule.
Tory MP Philip Davies said it proved the EU elite are “detached from reality”.
UK Independence Party chief Nigel Farage said: “This is straight out of TV’s Yes, Prime Minister.
“It’s about fighting over support of a couple of Baltic MEPs.”
FIVE other debates the EU Bureau could hold:
- Should meetings use blue, black or red pens?
- Should it have static or revolving chairs?
- How many paperclips should it buy this year?
- Are the bananas at its lunches too bendy?
- Should its Christmas party be a buffet or sit-down meal?
And if it manages to solve those, perhaps it could look at the euro crisis which threatens global meltdown.