EUROZONE finance ministers met yesterday to rule on whether the Greek government’s sweeping spending cuts have been enough to merit its next batch of bailout loans.
Alexis Tsipras’s Syriza administration forced through a further round of punishing cuts in the early hours of...
Tuesday 10th May 2016
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IN CHRIS MULLIN’S novel and TV series A Very British Coup, left-wing Labour Party prime minister Harry Perkins finds himself besieged on all sides.
Senior figures in the security service, the military, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the US embassy, the Conservative Party...
Saturday 20th Jun 2015
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Energy and Environment Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis issues warning hours before talks with creditors
Thursday 12th Mar 2015
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Central bank and rescue fund chiefs insist debts must be paid
Friday 6th Mar 2015
GREECE’S Syriza-led coalition gained some breathing space last night when its European creditors approved a four-month extension to its financial shackles.
The 19-country eurozone endorsed the Athens government’s plea for an extension after the European Commission, European...
Wednesday 25th Feb 2015
Ministers offer concessions in bid to extend deal
Friday 20th Feb 2015
Greece’s new anti-austerity government held its first talks with its eurozone partners yesterday about securing a reduction in debts linked to its €240-billion (£180bn) bailout.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his team met eurozone group of finance ministers head...
Saturday 31st Jan 2015
Quantitative easing is no friend of working people
Saturday 24th Jan 2015
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