Another night in which the papers are all united on their top story – this time the Eurozone debt crisis. This may change overnight as Fleet Street editors panic and rejig things for the the second edition but it looks like the Irish story will dominate tomorrow’s media as well. The question, then, is which paper does it best. For my mind its a toss-up between the instantly accessible Guardian write-up and the Telegraph’s lead which benefits from having splashed with it yesterday.
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