A day after the ECB kept interest rates unchanged and figures released showed record unemployment in the Eurozone, the Wall Street Journal plots a course for post-crisis recovery. “ Europe needs to focus on growing its way out of its fiscal mess. The first step would be to revisit tax policy,” say its leader writers.
Elsewhere, the tustle for Brussels jobs continues. Martin Schultz, head of the centre-left Socialist group in the European Parliament, tells Euractiv he wants several plum Commission jobs to go to Socialists. Read more