The British government acknowledges that it is engaged in contingency planning for the possible collapse of the euro. The Foreign Office is planning for worst-case scenarios in which rioting breaks out in Eurozone cities.
Meanwhile, the yield on Italian bonds has once again climbed above 7%, and the Indian rupee has fallen to a record low against the dollar.
In other news, the PVV says that Greenpeace is damaging the Netherlands’ reputation, and should be expelled from the country.
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