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Eurozone delays Greek loan lifeline

Finance and foreign ministers from the Eurozone have been meeting for more talks on the economic crisis in Greece.

They have already agreed, in principle, to give 12bn euro ($17bn; £10bn) in aid but not until Greece introduces more austerity measures.

UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that whatever the shape of any future bail-out it would not include any more British money.

Gavin Hewitt reports.

  • 20 Jun 2011
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