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Giorgia Meloni, likely to be Italy’s next PM, softens on EU as election looms

Far-right party leader once railed against Brussels, but experts suggest favourite to replace Mario Draghi will not rock the boat

At a gathering of Europe’s far right in February 2020, the leader of the Brothers of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, railed against the “Brussels techno bureaucrats” who she said wanted to impose “the Soviet plan to destroy national and religious identities” – a typically bombastic claim of Eurosceptic nationalists.

Now, on the brink of becoming Italy’s first far-right prime minister, Meloni is sounding a rather different tune.

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