Life for Greece after a default would be tough, but at least they would have democracy and a fighting chance.
Posts Tagged: Eurozone
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…
Syriza wants an end to austerity and continued Euro membership. Can they do both? For that matter, can they do either?
Syriza’s breakthrough looks to ramp up the Great Euro Game of destitution and extremism. Here’s what Cameron should do post-May if still in office.
Plus: Here comes Syriza. The Teflon Greens. Mystic Dale v Nick Clegg. The Political Book Awards. And: There’s no such thing as an illegal war.
Stable wages and steadily falling prices should be a welcome combination.
The hard left SYRIZA alliance is now poised to win the next Greek general election
Yes, it is essential to make some reforms. But others can be made without it – and here are nine examples.
Osborne simply has no political room to do anything very much. The big decisions will come after the election – whoever is in office.
It’s not just the ‘peripheral’ members of the Eurozone who are suffering.
He should make it the top issue at any EU leaders’ meeting – and here are four possible solutions.
…and architect of some of his own. What will become of the renegotiation now?
The ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ image of the German economy induces an inferiority complex among the British