Trapped in a vicious cycle of fragile banks, economic contraction, and a yawning budget deficit, Spain's government is now under criticism fror its handling of the crisis at Bankia, the country's third-largest lender. So is Spain the new front line in the eurozone sovereign debt crisis? FT correspondents Miles Johnson in Madrid and Peter Spiegel in Brussels join Ben Hall to discuss.

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