But Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel and Silvio Berlusconi all had very different agendas when they sat down to talk together – not least because the crisis has affected each of their countries differently.
You mean that different countries, with structurally different economies, all at different stages of the economic cycle, with differing likely responses to changes in interest rates, with different currencies, don\’t in fact either want or need a one size fits all solution?
Surely it would be better not to have such a one size fits all solution attempted and each country does what suits it best?
That is,. there\’s no point or reason for this to be an EU question?