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The Guardian yesterday reported that Labour MPs are considering working “with parliamentarians from any party” to limit Britain’s involvement in future eurozone bail-outs, in what appears to be an invitation to Tory eurosceptics. Although its demands r…

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Zerohedge is taking a somewhat amusing look at calls in Germany last year for buying Greek government bonds, spearheaded by a campaign in Handelsblatt under the headline “We are buying Greek government bonds!”Amongst a range of prominent people explain…

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On Friday, the FT revealed that France is leading a majority group of eurozone governments in opposition to German demands that the permanent eurozone bailout mechanism include clear language providing for the inclusion of private bondholders in negoti…

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Over on Conservative Home Steve Baker highlights a new paper from two professors at ESCP Europe Business School, which demonstrates the huge level of interconnectivity between the debt problems of different EU economies. The paper suggests that countri…

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