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Scotland’s possible secession leaves the EU in a bit of a pickle

If Scotland leaves the UK, will it also be leaving the European Union? Freelance journalist James Panichi reports that in Brussels, no one has any idea.

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Why Australian cigarette packaging has Brussels reaching for smelling salts

The European Union and United States were on the verge of a landmark free-trade agreement, but an Australian court case has thrown a huge spanner in the works. ABC journalist James Panichi, on leave in Brussels, reports at Inside Story.

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Financial giants use McClelland statements to blockade WikiLeaks

The companies strangling WikiLeaks are partly relying on the Australian government’s discredited claims about the illegality of WikiLeaks’ publication of diplomatic cables.

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Surreal moments from the axis of economic austerity

The austerity mindset is now so deeply entrenched in the eurozone that its leaders appear in profound denial.

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Maley: brace for an EU banking showdown

European politicians look set for a showdown with some of the region’s major banks as a result of plans to force banks to boost their capital buffers.

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Canwest tricks … Banks down the gurgler … Land of hope and glory

There’s a bunfight going on over Canwest’s TV businness; US banks are still struggling, as is the property market; Ireland is still short of a quid; and the sherry is at the ready as the country waits for the latest economic figures.

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