European finance ministers meet in Brussels tomorrow to discuss increasing the bail-out fund for the region's stricken banks, amid calls to overhaul their strategy for helping debt-ridden countries. David Cameron, Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy have pledged to freeze European Union spending for the next nine years as anger grows among national governments over the soaring costs, without discernible results, of Brussels empire building. Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, said yesterday any measure to stabilise the euro should come as part of a complete package, dampening hopes for a quick resolution.