‘More Europe’ is the suggested solution to the crisis – but that is what got us into this mess in the first place.
Posts Tagged: Eurozone
“There can be no democratic choice against the European treaties.” So said Jean-Claude Juncker – and he meant it.
The disastrous economic divergence within the Eurozone’s third biggest economy.
Whatever the outcome now, the flames of nationalism will be fanned amongst EU member countries – the very opposite of what was intended.
David Davis MP: Greece’s choice today. Be crushed beneath the debt burden. Or escape it by departing the Euro – and defaulting
There are numerous historical examples that suggest that, if the latter course is taken, the economic outlook is not nearly as bleak as has been portrayed.
The EU cannot afford to indulge the posturing Greek government, but forcing them out of the Euro could have serious repercussions for the British economy.
Plus, why the voters of London would be lucky to have Syed Kamall as a mayoral candidate.
What does yesterday’s vote mean for British eurosceptics, for the Eurozone itself and for Cameron’s renegotiation?
The Eurozone authorities are effectively confiscating the bank deposits of Greek citizens in order to blackmail their government.
He should try to imagine how the suffering Greeks feel as the referendum due on Sunday looms.
Do the Greek people want to live under their own laws, or under the control of a remote, unaccountable power?
David Davis MP: Juncker, Draghi and Lagarde – the trio sacrificing the people of Greece on the altar of the Euro
The country’s suffering should be ended by bringing in a debt write-down and a new, free-floating currency.
“One of the dangers is that it will suck in Russian or Chinese money, becoming a strategic liability for the rest of Europe and the NATO alliance more widely.”
Bernard Jenkin MP: The EU crisis. An opportunity for a fundamental renegotiation – or should we just start the No campaign now?
The Prime Minister was demanding “proper full-on treaty change”. Now we are told that we may have to accept a mere promise of it.
…which rather puts his support for a Yes vote into context.