Juncker and MEPs face off in cronyism row over choice of Europe’s top civil servant

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True to past form, the European Parliament was up in arms when the so-called “Selmayrgate” scandal broke in February, before a majority finally chose to step back from the brink in order to save the European Union’s institutions from a political crisis that threatened to further weaken the Brussels edifice.