On Sunday 23 October European Union leaders hold a summit conference where they will try again to patch up the eurozone economic crisis.
Patching up — at the expense of working people across Europe — is about the best they can hope for. The whole laboriously-constructed edifice of the eurozone is in danger of disintegration.
The threatened collapse of big banks in 2008, averted by big government interventions, has worked its way through into a crisis of European states’ debts.
Greece’s government has now long fallen off the wheel of borrowing, repaying, and even more borrowing on which all