Double Question to Which the Answer is No, number 836, asked by The Daily Telegraph today and (“Is this the Loch Ness Monster?”) by The Sun on 3 August.
The Catch-Up Service is going to need more than one instalment to keep up with Questions to Which the Answer is No asked while I was away on my fact-finding mission.
Jeremy Warner, formerly of The Independent, says that Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, is running out of time to save the euro, before asking number 831 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No: Will Germany let him?
Warner’s headline says that Draghi has “weeks”, but his article says only that [...]
Pay no attention to Tony Blair’s interview on Sky News this morning (still the master of the Vacuo-Olympian sound bite: “It’s really important to distinguish between a coalition that is a marriage of conviction and a coalition that is a marriage of convenience”).
Fine Question to Which the Answer is No asked by Time magazine: number 827 in my cult series, soon to be published in book form.
A snippet from Matthew d’Ancona’s column in the Evening Standard today:
Most (though by no means all) of Cameron’s strategists believe that a plebiscite on any aspect of Britain’s relationship with the European Union would tear the Coalition to pieces. Better, the thinking goes, to wait for a fully Tory government, draw up a checklist of [...]
And now, the Julian Assange Commemorative Edition of Questions to Which the Answer is No. This is number 826 in the long-running series, asked by Guess Which Newspaper.
Number 823 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked, of the Presidential Dog (pictured), by Politico. Apparently someone has done a serious study of political pets.
Number 820 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No is asked by Huffington Post.
This headline may look like a cheap way of bulking out my own series of Questions to Which the Answer is No, but I ask it in a genuine spirit of inquiry. I am puzzled by the absence of any serious economic commentator who suggests that the euro will survive for longer than a few years [...]
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