Iceland voters reject repayment deal


Voters in Iceland have for a second time rejected a deal to repay $4bn to Britain and the Netherlands over its banking collapse.

The prime minister said the issue would now go to the courts. British and Dutch governments were forced to guarantee the savings of their citizens when an Icelandic bank collapsed during the global financial crisis.

Jonas Margeir Ingolfsson, a reporter from Iceland's Channel 2 in Reykjavik, spoke to the BBC.

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