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# Single currency

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Merkel turns the screw as Greece faces intense pressure to accept tough reforms and austerity measures
Latvia gets the green light to join the euro next year
Explainer: Your 25-point crash course on what’s happening in Cyprus
Greek PM suggests further budget cuts ahead of German talks
Germans say they are 'better off without euro' - poll
Explainer: What would a Greek eurozone exit look like?
Scary Newspaper Front Page of the Day
Spanish bond sale passes off with higher than expected investor interest
Spanish bond yields pass 6 per cent mark
Dutch politician calls for country to exit eurozone
New €2 coin commemorates 10 years of the euro
Euro 'could be world's top currency in ten years'
Imperfect 10: The euro was introduced a decade ago today
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Government did not believe euro would collapse - Noonan
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Explainer: Why would Ireland stick with the euro?
Will Ireland need to hold a referendum over EU fiscal plan?
Cameron threatens to block Merkozy's EU Treaties change
Column: Ireland’s future lies in Europe, and that means closer co-operation
Lucinda Creighton
Column: We need big changes to the eurozone – or we need to leave
Mike Hall
Euro 'architect' claims single currency was flawed from the start
Poll: Does Ireland have a future in the euro?
Merkel: EU needs a new Treaty to end debt crisis
Eurozone finance ministers hold talks amid fears of euro breakup
Poll: Do you think the euro will collapse?
Debt crisis is Europe's worst moment since WW2 - Merkel
Here's the cheaper solution to the eurozone debt crisis...
'Don't laugh': Romania still wants to join the euro