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Greece news live: EU leaders and ECB to decide Greek fate as Yanis Varoufakis ...
... • All eyes on ECB as it must decide whether to keep Greek banks alive • Varoufakis resigns as PM Tsipras reshuffles cabinet and is told to submit another proposal • 'No' vote got 61.3pc in yesterday's referendum • Defiant Greeks reject EU demands ...
Greece debt crisis: Finance Minister Varoufakis resigns  
Yanis Varoufakis Resigns as Finance Minister of Greece After Vote  
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(Repeats without changes to the text). BRUSSELS, July 6 (Reuters) - Greeks voted resoundingly on Sunday to reject the austerity terms of a bailout with international creditors, prompting European Council President Donald Tusk to call a euro zone summit ...
LONDON British engineer Rolls-Royce (RR.L) cut profit expectations for the third time in nine months on Monday, increasing the challenge for its new chief executive.
British motorists' desire to be at the wheel of a new car is showing no signs of slowing down, with vehicle registrations recording an unprecedented 40 months of continuous growth.
British companies were at their most expansionary in four years during the second quarter of 2015, despite the debt crisis in Greece plaguing financial markets, a survey of finance chiefs has shown.
The British Bankers' Association and the Institute of Directors have both urged Chancellor George Osborne to make significant changes to the UK tax system.

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