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Charles Moore’s notes: Grexit isn’t like Brexit (and that’s why it won’t be allowed to happen)

Plus: The Pope and species loss; a wet speech by my parliamentary ancestor; and a brilliant charity

27 June 2015

9:00 AM

27 June 2015

9:00 AM

People write about ‘Grexit’ and ‘Brexit’ as if they were the same, but they need not be. Grexit is about leaving the euro. Brexit is about leaving the EU. It seems, however, that the Greeks fear that leaving the euro would mean leaving the EU, and so feel paralysed. It simply is not clear what the true situation is.

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