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Greece unable to pay €1.6b IMF debt, ministers says
In the end it will come down to a choice for Athens: pay salaries of public servants or pay international debtors. Bloomberg. by Peter Spence.
Greece 'won't make €1.6bn June repayment'  
Greece refuses to pay �1.1billion bill  
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The Bank of England's secretive project to assess the economic risks of Britain leaving the EU is likely to come under scrutiny from MPs, after details were sent to the press in error.
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