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Will it soon be every European State for itself when the cold weather bites?

Could anyone have seen this coming?

The Global Warming Policy Forum posts an update by a Swiss-based commodities expert, noting that Europe's electricity grid is running on a wing and a prayer that the UK interconnects and Scandinavian hydro can bail them out.

If they can offer a high enough price I dare say that corporate UK could indeed do so even if it would mean running a domestic black-out or two.

After all, are not the Europeans equally as deserving as the British?