Banking Union

German Umbrella Will Not Protect Eurozone Against Political-Economic Rain and Hail

Andy Langenkamp | Posted 20.11.2013 | UK Politics
Andy Langenkamp

The markets hope that after the elections Merkel will be more amenable in areas such as the banking union and additional bailouts for distressed Eurozone countries. Alas, the Germans will not change their stance very much.

How the European Parliament Resolves to Make 2013 a Better Year

European Parliament Web Team | Posted 09.03.2013 | UK Politics
European Parliament Web Team

The European Parliament is limbering up for what promises to be an exciting but challenging year. The crisis continues to rumble on, but efforts to put Europe back on the path to growth will not be the only initiative to make a difference to your daily life.

Many Brits Prefer 'EU-lite', But Still Want a Leading Role in Brussels

Joel Faulkner Rogers | Posted 23.07.2013 | UK Politics
Joel Faulkner Rogers

David Cameron got an apparent boost for the 'cake and eat it' approach to Europe last week, when finance ministers of the European Union (EU) agreed on the terms of an embryonic Eurozone Banking Union.

UK and the EU: Going, Going, Gone!

Victor Jimenez | Posted 10.01.2013 | UK Politics
Victor Jimenez

The risk for the coalition in Downing Street of embracing this British isolationist sentiment is that it does not embody a rational movement, but a spasm.

Cameron Backs Single Market As 'Engine Of Growth' For Eurozone

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 18.10.2012 | UK Politics

Prime Minister David Cameron backed plans for a banking union for the eurozone - without compromising the EU single currency. He told fellow EU lea...