'Clarif ication' from Germany only adds to the confusion over our bank debt

John Lee
October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/21/2012, p2
GOVERNMENT promises about working towards a deal on our �64billion bank bailout have been dismissed as 'meaningless' by the Opposition. German Chancellor Angela Merkel caused panic in Government circles when she publicly made it clear at the weekend that any future deal on banking debt would not be retrospective.


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