Average Englishman 5pts This is just a reflection of normal EUSSR policy:1) Defer difficult problems, don't accept the pain of trying to deal with them, (particularly insoluble ones that you've created yourself like the Eurozone crisis). That is, kick the can down the road.2) Ignore any rules that inconveniently do not permit the actions that the Commissars deem necessary, whether they be EUSSR rules, a democratically elected country's rules or international rules. After all, the need for ever closer union obviously over-rides the need to comply with anyone's law.3) In particular, ignore the wishes of democratically elected governments because they really cannot be trusted. The EU 'elite' always know best, so don't complain.20 odd years ago John Major tried to make the UK population 'Good Europeans' by having the UK join the Exchange Rate Mechanism as a prelude to the UK joining the Euro but it all went very badly wrong. Then Germany was the only country really able to relieve the UK's pain and show the way to true European co-operation but it would have cost a shed load of German money, so they refused to help and just watched the UK be consumed by a major financial crisis (that incidentally very nearly bankrupted the Average Englishman and stuffed his finances to this day). So now, please fogive me for shedding crocodile tears when I see that Germany has to pay up for the 'one size fits all' Euro policy that they promoted on their march to 'ever closer union'. And this is only the beginning; Syriza is coming! Keep those German cheque books out guys 'cos you're gonna need them.