German foreign minister Westerwelle tells me "we can't solve a debt crisis by taking up new debts" - no softening on eurobonds.
The German Government came under more pressure today to consider sharing the debts of struggling eurozone countries.
The chances of any decisions being made tonight are slim. How can a decision be made when you don't know how it is going to play out?
The Prime Minister arrived in Brussels tonight determined to have, as he put it, a 'decisive plan for Greece'.