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Greeks begin voting in referendum as the euro faces its biggest challenge
A man sleeps outside a closed shop with graffiti reading 'Poor vote NO' in central Athens on Saturday. Photograph: Petros Karadjias/AP.
Greece debt: Greeks prepare for bailout referendum  
Greeks fly home to vote in knife-edge referendum  
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UK manufacturing, retail, and services growth was down for the second quarter of the year. According to a survey business lobby group the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the main reason for the drop was the fast rate of growth reported in the ...
A Chinese investor looks at prices of shares in Fuyang in Anhui province. Photograph: Imaginechina/Corbis. Agencies. Saturday 4 July 2015 22.16 EDT.
British tourists have been advised to take euros with them if they are travelling to Greece amid fears banking services may be restricted at short notice.
The MP now tipped to be London's mayor has long been the face of green Toryism . But his passionate opposition to a third runway could put him on a collision course with his party.
The National Asset Management Agency is to be summoned before the Public Accounts Committee to explain what it knows about allegations dogging the sale of its €5.7bn par value Northern Ireland loan book - Project Eagle - for €1.6bn.

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