Major's EU line wins support

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JOHN MAJOR won a measure of support from within the EU yesterday for his attack on the idea of a two-speed Europe.

British officials were taking encouragement from backing yesterday from Antono Martino, the Italian Foreign Minister, who told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: 'Europe at two speeds, or variable geometry, is potentially divisive . . . it would not create a united Europe and would divide what we have already created.'