Thomas Molloy: What this last-ditch battle to save euro means for us
THE clock is ticking down as European leaders desperately struggle to find a way to save the euro. But what does it all really mean to us, asks Thomas Molloy?
Q: Twenty-four hours until the eurozone crisis is solved? I feel like I'm doomed to watch re-runs of Jack Bauer trying to save the planet. When will this soap opera end?
A: I'm afraid the eurozone crisis is more 'EastEnders' than Jack Bauer -- a bad tempered, repetitive and seemingly endless series of cliffhangers engineered by individuals who are often just crude cultural stereotypes.