Friday 24 November 2017

Plan for euro

•Enough of 'Paddy the Victim' moaning. It's time for phased and coherent action.

The heads of government from the European Union must lock themselves into the mock-chateaux in the Ardennes, with only a diet of rye bread and black tea.

They must agree not to leave until they have come up with a credible, short-term two- to three-year plan to stabilise the euro and the EU. This mechanism, called 'stopping the clock', was used again and again in the earlier days of the construction of the EU -- and was supremely successful.

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