It's a feeling of thrill and calm combined, knowing that people from all these cities
have been reading my blog recently.
Given time, I hope the Eurozone situation will get resolved.
To ring-fence the jobs in the City of London, Britain - which doesn't use the Euro -
did not wish to be part of the Treaty being envisaged. To say Britain wished to
opt-out of certain stipulations would be more accurate then saying Britain veto-ed
anything. The 26 other States are free to make their own decisions, so Britain has
veto-ed nothing. Britain has just opted-out of certain stipulations.
So nothing is lost. Through reasoned talk, by March or so, the Eurozone will have
formulated some strategy for the future.
And I sincerely hope and pray that the leaders will boldly go for a strategy of
resumption of growth and economic expansion and recovery.