Another example of the EU’s just absolutely great rules on everything

The Problem With The Monte Dei Paschi Problem Is That It Doesn’t Have A Solution – Not A Good One

13 thoughts on “Another example of the EU’s just absolutely great rules on everything”

  1. In other EU news, late entry Soapy Jo threatens long time winner, Ritchie, for “Cunt of the Year” prize….

    Can someone explain how getting a ruling from a foreign court can prevent the UK government invoking art.50?

  2. This is another one of yopur blind spots Tim.

    The govt should rescue the banks Superman style?

    Debtors should “rescue” those they owe money too by doing what? If they had real resources they wouldn’t need to borrow the money in the first place. Funny money or some bail-in scam is it.

    This kind of malarky also gives bonus gloss to the scum of the state as serving some useful function.

    Those who cause the problems rarely have the brains or motivation to solve them and the state will only ever do what it always does–create bad circs all round and then try to get more power from promising remedies to those circs. They get the power and the remedies aren’t worth shit.

  3. Timmy

    Is there some reason you can’t reproduce your ‘elsewheres’ here on your blog?

    I only ask because of Forbes… (and apologies if you’ve previously answered this Q

  4. I do 5 to 7 elsewhere’s a day. So I’m not going to link to them all (yes, a bit of a Stakhanovite at present – need the money).

    And the reason I don’t reproduce them here, aside from not linking them all, is that when someone reads a piece at Forbes I get paid. Not a lot, penny a read that sort of level, but that’s where my income comes from.

  5. What will happen?

    Will the EU change tack / extend their deadline (MPS is then self contained) or will it develop into a full blown crisis?

    Where are you going to place your bet (put your money) – on the basis that the bookies might be safer than MPS…

  6. That’s the spirit! The perfect way to get the British people back on your side – get foreigners to block Brexit!

  7. @BiW
    “Can someone explain how getting a ruling from a foreign court can prevent the UK government invoking art.50?”

    +1

    I have been wondering the same since reading it on DM.

    Verdict: RoI Dublin Court rules UK Gov’t can’t leave EU.

    How does that work?

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