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Greece should never have joined the euro

A short-term fix is possible, but finding long-term stability within the single currency will be a harder task

By Vicky Pryce  

Presidential guards march while demonstrators sit on the kerb during an anti-austerity protest in Athens on Tuesday. © Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP/Press Association Images

As doubts start to emerge about how much can be achieved in the EU summit this week there is still hope that, despite some recent wobbles, the Greek drama might be drawing to a temporary close. The new proposal put forward by the…

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