Friday July 3, 2020

Merkel not for turning on treaty change plan

Ireland is staring down the barrel of another European referendum, writes Dr Gavin Barrett.

4th December, 2011

Three (very obviously coordinated) speeches last week indicated that reports of the eurozone's death have been greatly exaggerated. What we may call speech number one came last Thursday, when European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi addressed the European Parliament, calling for "a new fiscal compact". He defined this as a "fundamental restatement" of the fiscal rules and commitments which eurozone governments had made. Answering his own question as to how this "credible longer-term vision"...

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