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The EU’s “Super Wednesday”, which we followed live on our blog, ended with the Commission unveiling its blueprint for the next seven-year EU budget, running from 2014 to 2020. We published our response earlier this afternoon, outlining “the good, the b…

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Oven on Guardian Comment is Free, we argue that “The narrative now cemented in the public imagination that Greece could be the ‘next Lehman Brothers’ is, for the most part, largely overblown.”We argue,beyond the headline-grabbing rhetoric, the comparis…

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Over at Conservative Home we’re taking a look at the outcome of the bail-out discussions at today’s and yesterday’s EU summit, from a UK point of view. We note,Following a “row” with Germany over the UK’s involvement in a new rescue package for G…

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Emerging from his bureaucratic hole in Brussels, former Labour MEP Richard Corbett made an appearance on yesterday’s Newsnight to discuss the ongoing eurozone crisis (joined by a Greek communist and Tory MP Douglas Carswell – the discussion wasn’t exac…

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The British press’ preview of today and tomorrow’s summit has been partly dominated by an expected “row” between Cameron and the EU over a Commission proposal to water down rules on asylum. The fact that this has been covered in almost every paper from…

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