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Britain's EU 'outers' see opportunity in wake of Greece's 'No'
LONDON For British opponents of the European Union, Greece's turmoil offers an opening: the chance to tempt voters away from what they cast as a crumbling European project, before a looming referendum on Britain's EU membership.
Funds eye 'jam tomorrow' in face of Greek ructions  
Markets take Greek 'No' in their stride  
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Top stories

... • Tsipras to present proposal at tomorrow's summit • ECB expected to continue freeze on Greek bank funding • Bank closures to be extended after Tuesday • Brussels says life will be "more difficult" following 'No' vote • AEP: Greece creditors will ...
Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's finance minister who took a strong stand in debt talks, resigned on Monday. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is meeting with Greek political leaders from several parties.
The European Central Bank's governing council is due to meet on Monday to decide whether to maintain loans to Greece's desperate banks to avert a collapse of the country's financial system.
UK new car sales in the year to June rose at the fastest rate on record, a motor industry survey has found. The Society of Motoring Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said there was a 7% rise in new car sales in the first six months of the year, taking ...
... * FTSE 100 falls, still outperforms European markets. * Rolls-Royce slumps after cutting profit forecasts. * Sunday's 'No' vote in Greece hurts euro zone equities (Adds details, quote).

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