Faced with the costs of the splintering of the euro, EU governments will, however reluctantly, have to agree to deepen not weaken integration, writes John Palmer, former European editor of “The Guardian”. And most voters will agree.
was formerly European Editor of The Guardian and then Political Director of the European Policy Centre in Brussels. He is a member of the Council of the Federal Trust and a Visiting Fellow at the European Institute at the University of Sussex. He is a contributor to Commentisfree, Social Europe, Red Pepper and Open Democracy.