Leadership is urgently needed to save the euro

Stabilising the currency will require a more centralised model of governance, but domestic pressures have not made this possible so far, writes Pat Leahy, Political Editor

26th March, 2011

Stabilising the currency will require a more centralised model of governance, but domestic pressures have not made this possible so far, writes Pat Leahy, Political Editor

Oops, they did it a gain. European leaders gathered in Brussels aga in last week to agree a comprehensive solution to the banking and debt crisis that has beset Europe for over a year and which threatens the stability of the common currency.

Again they failed to agree on...

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