The hard-won agreement to avoid a European implosion has dramatic implications for America's closest ally. Julian Lindley-French, a distinguished strategic analyst, says the agreement is a bridge too far for Britain: "For someone who has spent much of his adult life believing in the essential unifying mission of Europe it is with the most profound sadness that I now call on Britain to leave the European Union. To save Greece, Britain has been sacrificed and given the stakes there was little alternative. However, for Britain to stay now would simply heap humiliation upon cost without influence and my proud, old, badly-led country deserves better than that." Read it all.