Brendan Keenan: Treaty is first baby step to recovery
Finally, a central banker has said if banks need capital, the money should come from eurozone rescue funds
'THE Irish Question was very difficult. Every time the English found the answer, the Irish changed the question."
That's according to comic history book 1066 and All That. And so it is with the Eurozone Question. Every time the Germans come up with the answer, the Club Med changes the question. Now the French and Dutch are doing it, too.
We might even do our own little bit to complicate the question, with a 'No' vote in the referendum, but events are moving too fast for the result to matter much to Europe -- although it might still matter to us.