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A dean inspired by a European Commission president finds lessons in his legacy
French leader seeks to unite pro-Europeans two years out from presidential election
People who hoped the EU would deliver them from Thatcher, now resent it as an instrument of her creed
Both sides must move past tactical games and political posturing
Son of a Flemish mechanic who advocated a ‘People’s Europe’
Robin Leigh-Pemberton, 1927-2013
Her troubled relationship with the EU wrote the Iron Lady’s political obituary
Senior French figures warn Cameron on stance
French president a victim of own rhetoric on fiscal discipline treaty
Answering ‘who is at fault?’ will be important in resolving the crisis
‘The core principle should be: sovereignty ends when solvency ends’
Does France want to keep up with Germany or lead a rebellion?
From Prof Philip Arestis and others, Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy, University of Cambridge
From Prof Johan Lybeck, Noailhac, France
Brussels predicts use of €230m from EU budget
French presidential candidate has tenacity but lacks government experience
Group calls for eurobond
First steps in a hazardous direction – towards greater fiscal union
Convert a share of national debt into EU bonds, urge Giuliano Amato and Guy Verhofstadt
Socialist contest heats up France’s 2012 presidential race
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