Sometimes the agents of malintent in our world are in plain sight to all of us. But how to deal with them?
Posts Tagged: Eurozone
If Eurosceptics concentrate their energies on renegotiation, the case for In will be halfway round the country before Out has got its boots on.
Germany’s political class finds itself in an impossible position, for it promised German taxpayers they would never have to pay for the Greeks.
The cost of the unemployment it creates should be shared across the Eurozone.
Greece’s fate is Germany’s decision.
Ministers who want Brexit should be free to campaign for No during the referendum. And the Prime Minister should be free to get on with the renegotiation he wants.
The cantons of Switzerland, like the nations of the Eurozone, are each entitled to make their own decisions on spending, taxation and borrowing.
It was Balls who assisted in devising the Five Tests – and all the rest of the shamanistic show that was devised to keep Britain well and truly out.
A Labour vote will, counter intuitively, not secure the UK’s place in the EU – in fact quite the opposite.
Hague’s leadership of the Conservative Party was hugely more significant than he’s given credit for.
Mark Field MP: No glittering giveaways. No electoral sweeteners. We need a deeply unexciting Budget.
I have before expressed concern that excessively loose monetary policy and more debt will eventually spark another crisis on a potentially more devastating scale.
Life for Greece after a default would be tough, but at least they would have democracy and a fighting chance.
The masters of the Eurozone have decided to make an example of Greece – which explains why so little ground was given in the recent negotiations.
Its insistence on austerity measures in Southern Europe means that a Grexit and Greek debt repudiation remain likely.
Nadhim Zahawi MP: The pound scrapped. Grammar Schools too. Lord McCluskey in charge. The nightmare of a Miliband Government.
I believe we’ll win. But I could be wrong. So all this could be only a few weeks away…