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Stephen Hill is a businessman who has been published on classical economics and on European philology and philosophy.
It doesn’t matter what time you get up, you know the EU's minions are out there already making fools of themselves
As Budgets go, this one has gone, and that’s about the best that can be said of it
So, why do the Greeks want to be in the eurozone? Obvious, surely: it’s the rich who wanted the euro!
All this so people can be in Birmingham in forty minutes, on a route that cuts a huge unsightly swathe through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Another week, and another €500 billion of QE from the ECB, eagerly gobbled up by the more busted banks of the EU
All that is needed now is for growth to resume, and a bull-market will be in full swing
The bonus culture for utter failure has spread contagiously to the public sector.
Anyone lending money to Greece must know by now that they might as well set a match to the cheque, as they are never going to get it back.
In EU terms, it was just another failed euro-summit in all but name.
The world is entering the double-dip recession and the euro-zone and UK are already in it.
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