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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Gerard Batten, UKIP MEP at the BBC/WorldService/Politics Europe, today

Mr Batten used said that The Troika Programme was "to save the Euro, not Greece". This phrase is being used with increasing frequency lately, especially since the publication of the IMF evaluation report.
What does it really mean, though?
One possible meaning is that it is possible to save the Euro and let Greece declare default at a "convenient" time.
Hm... a rather week working assumption!
Would the honourable gentleman care to elaborate/comment?

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