Eurozone leaders duck all the big issues
The EU treaty agreement reached by eurozone leaders last week isolated Britain and proposed a new ‘fiscal compact’, but in reality it looks like just a ‘lousy compromise’.
If in doubt, ask a bookmaker. So much noise has accompanied the latest EU crisis summit that it’s easy to miss the main point. Is a eurozone break-up now more or less likely?
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