Member states hopelessly at odds over brake on energy prices

The cooler the weather, the more heated the debate about a joint European response to the energy price crisis. By the time of the regular European Council in the middle of next week at the latest, the member states must find a way to protect consumers and companies from grossly inflated energy prices. An informal summit like the one in Prague on Friday does not have to deliver decisions in text form, but it does have to hint at the direction the EU wants to take – that would have been good.

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