David Cameron 'confident' eurozone will be supported
David Cameron has said that he has confidence that members of the eurozone "know how serious the situation is" and will support each other.
Spanish and Italian bond yields have fallen, on hopes that the G20 summit in Mexico saw eurozone nations move closer to a deal on lowering government borrowing costs across the region.
In a final G20 communique, world leaders said the eurozone was taking "important steps... that lead to sustainable borrowing costs".
Political editor Nick Robinson asked the prime minister whether he was confident the EU would now bail out Spain and Italy as well as Greece if the eurozone crisis is to end.
20 Jun 2012