Leadership in this time of crisis

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20th November, 2010

After weeks of international turbulence and domestic denial, the International Monetary Fund, the European Commission and the European Central Bank have now arrived.

We can assume that they have been well briefed in recent weeks and that action will be speedy.

Irrespective of the precise terms of any bailout arrangements, we can expect to see the first reflection of their presence in the four-year plan for the economy due to be published by the end...

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