The EU finally has their vaccine rollout on track but history will still judge it a loser | Analysis

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    The EU’s vaccination rollout has picked up after a slow, rocky start plagued by contract rows with AstraZeneca and threats of a hard border in Ireland. 

    Their problems are not yet over though, explains The Telegraph’s Europe Editor James Crisp.

    The EU’s vaccine crisis has left Ursula von der Leyen with “a blotted copybook” and the bloc’s unprecedented borrowing against its own budget has been described by some as a dangerous step towards federalisation. 

    Watch the video to find out why even though the EU’s vaccine rollout is now on track, history may yet still judge it a loser in the crisis.

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