This was just flashed by Reuters:
Draft conclusions for EU leaders' 28-29 June summit say there is a need for much stronger banking and fiscal integration, underpinned by enhanced Eurozone governance.
Blink and you could miss the extraordinary Alice-in-Wonderland nature of Europe. This is the publication of the conclusions of a meeting which is due to begin in a fortnight's time.
OK, I know the important part of these meetings is the lunch, but these are the leaders of 27 different countries, surely one of them might spark a debate by saying something interesting or original? They could decide that the weather was to blame for the crisis, or that Luxembourg should be kicked out for being too rich, or that the game wasn't worth the candle and rather than being governed from Berlin they'd all rather go back to their national currencies.
But no. They'll be told what to think.