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Are EU's new budget rules golden?

The budget discipline compact signed in Brussels on Friday is needed because for years eurozone countries lived beyond their means borrowing money

The budget discipline compact signed in Brussels on Friday is needed because for years eurozone countries lived beyond their means borrowing money

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EU summit: The world reacts after Cameron says 'no'

Markets, have slowly grown more positive after most European countries agreed to a Franco-German plan on fiscal unity. That is despite David

Markets, have slowly grown more positive after most European countries agreed to a Franco-German plan on fiscal unity. That is despite David

Europe

Monti: 'not the birth of a 2-speed Europe'

On his first EU summit, the new Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti was one of the protagonists of the long marathon to save the euro and strengthen

On his first EU summit, the new Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti was one of the protagonists of the long marathon to save the euro and strengthen

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EU leaders win praise but euro doubts remain

The make-or-break EU summit has ended with Nicolas Sarkozy seen as a winner, after all member states but one agreed to more economic integration

The make-or-break EU summit has ended with Nicolas Sarkozy seen as a winner, after all member states but one agreed to more economic integration

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Monti joins criticism of Cameron over summit veto

The new Italian prime minister joined other leaders in criticising his British counterpart. Mario Monti said David Cameron had made demands that

The new Italian prime minister joined other leaders in criticising his British counterpart. Mario Monti said David Cameron had made demands that

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Britain ponders lonely, rocky road ahead in EU

Britain’s refusal to back an EU-wide treaty modification to tackle the eurozone crisis marks a sea change in its relationship with Europe. The move

Britain’s refusal to back an EU-wide treaty modification to tackle the eurozone crisis marks a sea change in its relationship with Europe. The move

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UK leaves the euro's last-chance saloon

The summit billed as the last chance to save the eurozone has ended with all-but-one EU leaders agreeing on the need for closer economic integration

The summit billed as the last chance to save the eurozone has ended with all-but-one EU leaders agreeing on the need for closer economic integration

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Is it a two speed Europe after the summit?

How will history view the family photograph of Europe’s leaders gathering for the so-called make-or-break summit? Is this when the bloc changed gear

How will history view the family photograph of Europe’s leaders gathering for the so-called make-or-break summit? Is this when the bloc changed gear

Business

A bigger euro rescue fund: the answer to all our problems?

This edition of Business Weekly focuses on the dominating topic of the week: Greece and the expansion of the European rescue fund, the EFSF. While

This edition of Business Weekly focuses on the dominating topic of the week: Greece and the expansion of the European rescue fund, the EFSF. While

Europe

MEP's take 'Six Pack' rules off ice

Tougher rules are to be introduced for the EU’s most profligate states. After months of delay the European Parliament has finally taken the so called

Tougher rules are to be introduced for the EU’s most profligate states. After months of delay the European Parliament has finally taken the so called

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Protests in Spain and Italy against 'golden rule'

Anger about plans to limit government spending to deal with the euro zone debt crisis was seen in two countries on Tuesday. In Spain, people took

Anger about plans to limit government spending to deal with the euro zone debt crisis was seen in two countries on Tuesday. In Spain, people took