"An anti-British backlash gathered pace in Germany yesterday as David Cameron and Angela Merkel struggled to disguise the gulf between them on how to tackle the eurozone crisis. The Prime Minister returned from talks in Berlin with the German leader having made little progress in agreeing emergency action to stop the financial contagion spreading."
The widening gulf between Britain and Germany is not in the least about who has the better plan for "recovery". It is only about who will go down last. The German strategy is doomed to fail because growth can never be restored. And binding Europe tighter together under German financial domination -- after the short-term rush has faded -- will Germany as despised as it was in 1945. -- MCR