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Grexit-Brexit: Open doors

Open doors – Tom Janssen
Trouw (Amsterdam)

Eurozone Finance ministers left negotiations on 11 May without having reached an agreement on releasing the latest economic aid package to Greece. Athens confirmed it had settled a €750 million repayment to the IMF, while hinting about the possibility of a referendum on the measures contained within the next agreement. Such a referendum could lead to Greece's exit from the Eurozone, if the measures are rejected.

Meanwhile, in the UK, the freshly re-elected David Cameron is envisaging a long awaited referendum on his country's EU membership in 2016, The Guardian reveals.