Markets nosedived around the world, with billions wiped off the value of Britain's leading firms, as Athens announced extraordinary plans to sack its military leaders amid rampant speculation that it was trying to head off a coup d'etat. 'It's all over.
The government is about to collapse,' said one Greek official. Greece's former deputy finance minister Petros Doukas agreed: 'The **** has hit the fan.' RIGHTMINDS: A corrupt nation holding a gun to the EU's head We have been plunged into yet another crisis with the reckless decision of the Greek government to call for a public referendum, writes
MATTHEW LYNN. Festering anger, Nazi war crimes and the £60bn the Greeks believe the Germans owe them Greeks are comparing the current German government to the occupying Nazis during World War II who helped themselves to everything, including a massive 'war loan', writes DAVID THOMAS.
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