The Brussels deal to save the Euro confounded its Anglo-Saxon doubters. The British press once again underestimated how integrated Europe really is
AbstractTreaty change looms as the Eurozone edges closer towards greater fiscal union. Roger Liddle looks at what this might mean for the future of the European Union and Britain’s place within it.
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