Nick Clegg has warned that the foundations of the eurozone are "weaker than anyone could have predicted", as he urged Greece to stay in the euro and stick with its austerity programme.
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A team of inspectors from the so-called troika of the EU, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund are due in Athens this week to see how the government is progressing with its austerity programme.
Nick Clegg says his Youth Contract will “provide hope” for the young unemployed. He omits to add that it will provide a nice little earner for employers.
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