Osborne warns of potential Grexit impact

Take hundreds in cash on holiday, chancellor tells tourists

Greek crisis: Readers’ questions answered

How can a country with a population of less than 12m people hold the entire EU to ransom?

Eurozone leaders take co-ordinated gamble

Greeks have come to resent EU interference in their politics

Greek survival path runs through banks’ bolted doors

Lenders estimated to have lost nearly €48bn since November

Warning on threat to Greek drug supplies

Fears grow that euro exit would disrupt supplies

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EU tells Greeks: You’re voting on the euro

Creditors raise stakes over referendum and default

Greece’s future hangs on 72 words

Major problems for a ‘yes’ campaign and vote organisers

Making a true union of embattled eurozone

National governments should act promptly on the Juncker report

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Europe’s dream is dying in Greece

By locking the nation into a failed economic experiment the EU is destroying wealth and stability

A failed euro would define Merkel’s legacy

Germany’s critics feel vindicated. This will be stronger if Greece leaves, writes Marcel Fratzscher

Greece shuts banks after talks break down

Customers turned away after capital controls imposed in wake of ECB lending freeze

Cameron keeps ministers on tight rein

PM seeks to ‘hit ground running’ after general election triumph

Q&A: what options now for Greek banks?

Greece has imposed a bank holiday and sweeping capital controls

Such a referendum is a recipe for disaster

A Yes will mean defeat for Tsipras and he will have to resign

Can Greece still avoid Grexit?

Bank closures pile pressure on Greek government ahead of next week’s referendum

Tsipras takes Greece to edge of precipice

As both sides indulge in blame shifting it is hard to see a way back

Vanguard warns on risk to EU from Brexit

Bill McNabb says union itself could splinter if Britain departs

Eurozone heads for rupture

The question now is: will the ECB pull the trigger?

Q&A: what options now for Greek banks?

Bank holiday or capital controls are main choice for financial system

Cameron’s softly-softly approach wins EU favour

Pitch on UK renegotiation a moment of serenity amid crisis talks

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