GREECE VOTES: Some Of Today’s Twitter Reaction And Analysis

The Economist Intelligence Unit has pinned its colours to the mast: The EIU forecast victory for the “No” camp as soon as the referendum was called. We are sticking to that call. — The EIU Europe (@TheEIU_Europe) July 5, 2015

ATHENS, GREECE - JULY 5: An Orthodox priest puts a referendum vote in the ballot box at a school on July 5, 2015 in Athens, Greece. The people of Greece are going to the polls to decide if the country should accept the terms and conditions of a bailout with …

Greece Update: Run On Banks Risks Leaving Them Cashless

UPDATE: European Central Bank confirms it will maintain emergency liquidity assistance to Greek banks. – The most dramatic day yet in Greece’s months long economic crisis saw a run on banks and the confirmation of next Sunday’s referendum on a bailout deal.

Greece Calls For A Vote On Proposed Bailout

Euro Architect Says Greece Should Quit Currency

Former French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing has said that Greece should leave the euro so it can devalue its currency and increase its economic competitiveness. Giscard, who notably presided over the Convention on the Future of the European Union that

Europe Greece Flags Athens

Greek Debt Talks Collapse But Support At Home Never Been Stronger

Greece is on a collision course with senior  officials of the Eurozone after refusing to be bullied during debt financing talks. The newly-elected leftwing Syriza government reacted with fury to demands that the country stick to the austerity plan which were

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Half of Germans Want to Kick Greece Out of Eurozone

A survey has found that 48 per cent of Germans are in favour of Greece leaving the eurozone, compared to only 29 per cent who want them to remain in the currency union. With Greece’s current bailout programme scheduled to


Germany Refuses Greek Demands for £120bn Nazi War Reparations

Seventy-five years on from the end of the Second World War, the hostilities between Germany and Greece are rising as the war of words over debt and reparations continues. Newly elected Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras made his first major speech