EU's referendum failure leaves ECB as scapegoat

EU politicians in need of a scapegoat after the rejection of the proposed constitution may be tempted to cast the European Central Bank in that role, says this article. And recent comments from ECB policymakers suggest its defences may be about to crack, it says.

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