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With ‪#‎Greece‬'s future in the single currency hanging in the balance, French President François Hollande has failed to make his case for a Eurozone with looser fiscal rules and more 'solidarity,' writes Nina Schick.

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Negotiations on #EUreform: What should #Cameron ask for & what can he get? Top takeaways from our event in Brussels yesterday.

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Ahead of the European Council summit tomorrow at which Cameron is set to make his opening pitch for #EUreform, Open Europe's Pawel Swidlicki argues that he should not forget about the EU budget, the reform of which could save UK and EU taxpayers £187bn over seven years.

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When Syriza was catapulted into office early this year, the expectation was that it would bow to creditors’ demands and sign another extend-and-pretend agreement, this may still come to pass – granted, only in the 11th hour. But will Tsipras be able to get his parliament to back it, and will Greece get the money in time? Open Europe looks at the  challenges ahead if a deal is agreed for #Greece.

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Following a hectic day of meetings, it looks like an 11th hour deal for ‪#‎Greece‬ could be on be on the cards, as Athens bends to the creditors demands.

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No deal expected with #Greece #Eurogroup Finance Ministers and #Eurozone heads of state gather in Brussels today. Here's a blow-by-blow account of how last week's summit broke down:

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Open Europe has published its Blueprint for EU Reform laying out what we believe David Cameron should ask for in his negotiations with EU partners. The blueprint also explains how the reform process should be judged in the run up to the EU referendum. Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel appeared on BBC #Newsnight discussing the blueprint, and it was widely reported on by the UK and European press.

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Reports have been circling this afternoon that, at a meeting in Bratislava, officials of the Euro working group have been discussing potential plans for a Greek default, including various options for Greek capital controls. With a deal looking as far off as it ever has, the risk of such controls is growing. We tell you all you need to know. #Eurozonecrisis  

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On his Forbes blog, Open Europe Co-Director Raoul Ruparel writes that the failure to do a proper debt restructuring has been the biggest  mistake in Greece - not austerity. #Eurozonecrisis  

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The UK Government’s Balance of Competences Review passed largely under the radar, prompting accusations of a great 'cover up' from some quarters. However, with negotiations on EU reform heating up, it needs to be clear what the process did and, more importantly, did not show. #EUreform  
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