Italy's Salvini tells Juncker: Stop interfering or we'll sue

Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has hit out at interference from the European Union’s Jean-Claude Juncker, threatening to sue after comments the unelected, unaccountable European Commission President made.

Juncker had expressed concern about the Italian government’s proposed budget and threat to the Euro, causing a knock-on effect in the markets.

This has caused the Eurosceptic Salvini to hit back and he has said:  “The European Commission President Juncker, by equating Italy with Greece, sends the spread crazy. He could have spared us that.”

Making clear his anger, Salvin also said of Juncker: “He should drink two glasses of water before opening his mouth, and stop spreading non-existent threats. Or we’ll ask him for damages.”

And Salvini said he thought such comments were being used as a way of getting at his government: “The words and threats of Juncker and other European bureaucrats continue to make the spread rise, with the aim of attacking the government and the Italian economy.”

Looks like those in Brussels are on a collision course with the anti-establishment forces now running Italy. The happy, harmonious EU…