Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: Why the Greek decision means a complete unravelling of last week’s deal

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In his usual curate’s egg way of writing – with a mixture of the partly good and the partly bad – if you filter out the bad parts, AEP sums up the priceless situation in Greece, as the people there head inexorably towards Iceland-style default, regardless of what the Troika want.

In the words of Richard Littlejohn, you really couldn’t make it up:

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