The economic crisis has put the euro in danger of splintering. Member states must urgently agree the rules for a bailout. Europe's leaders have plenty to fret about. The Czech Government, which holds the EU presidency, has collapsed. The European Commission is battling against the protectionist instincts of some states. And in the run-up to the G20 summit, America is whingeing that European governments are not spending enough to boost demand. Read more.

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