Government must push EU for a deal

The EU has applied another sticking plaster to its problems. This time it may be a bit bigger than previous attempts to patch up the patient, but a sticking plaster it remains. What was agreed at the

30th October, 2011

The EU has applied another sticking plaster to its problems. This time it may be a bit bigger than previous attempts to patch up the patient, but a sticking plaster it remains. What was agreed at the summit last Wednesday did represent a step along the way to recognising the reality of what the EU faces, but the solution remains inadequate.

Consider the evidence. The EU leaders have, at last, acknowledged that Greece cannot pay...

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