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I have visited Greece twice, the first time in 1980 I was pregnant with Angus and was uncomfortable in the August heat, the plumbing. But from the hotel window I could see the Acropolis, and I watched Spanish dancing and singing in the ancient stadium. After my travel-mate returned to Philadelphia from Athens, I traveled to Olympia, and was there exactly when the Olympic Games were held in Moscow. Wow. Olive trees. I remember olive trees and shady groves and a small Olympic Stadium that captured the imagination of so many in the world.

The second time was in Oct 2001, I was in Athens for an HIV/AIDS conference because right after 9/11, so many were afraid of flying, and I was very happy to fly anywhere.


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21/02/2017 - Developments in the balance of travel services: December 2016
Developments in the balance of travel services: December 2016

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20/02/2017 - Balance of payments: December 2016
Balance of payments: December 2016

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 09:01:31 GMT

17/02/2017 - Central government net borrowing requirement on a cash basis: January 2017
Central government net borrowing requirement on a cash basis: January 2017

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 11:12:14 GMT

16/02/2017 - ELA-ceiling for Greek banks
ELA-ceiling for Greek banks

Thu, 16 Feb 2017 08:41:03 GMT

09/02/2017 - Overview of the Greek Financial System – January 2017
Overview of the Greek Financial System – January 2017

Thu, 09 Feb 2017 11:41:30 GMT

09/02/2017 - Indices of residential property prices: Q4 2016
Indices of residential property prices: Q4 2016

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02/02/2017 - Interest Rates on Bank Deposits and Loans: December 2016
Interest Rates on Bank Deposits and Loans: December 2016

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Location of  Greece  (dark green)– in Europe  (green & dark grey)– in the European Union  (green)  –  [Legend]
Greece shares land borders with Albania, the Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey. Greece was the birthplace of the Olympic Games, Socrates, Aristotle, Plato. Ah Greece! Weather this storm.
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Eurozone Agrees to Greece Talks in Exchange for Bailout Payments
The agreement falls short of an all-encompassing deal, but is a positive sign ahead of a meeting this week between Germany and the International Monetary Fund.

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:03:29 -0500

E.U. Revisits Greek Crisis, and the Fed Releases Meeting Details
No deal on the latest stage of a bailout is expected in Brussels. Minutes from the Federal Reserve’s first 2017 meeting could offer clues to its next move on interest rates.

Sun, 19 Feb 2017 21:00:02 -0500

Greeks Turn to the Black Market as Another Bailout Showdown Looms
With taxes rising, many Greeks are closing their books but, as they join a shadow economy, not their businesses.

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 11:24:10 -0500

The Greek Bomb in the E.U.’s Foundations
For liberal democracy, nowhere are the problems and the lack of leadership more evident.

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 08:05:05 -0500

Greece Pressured to Improve Migrants’ Living Conditions
Human rights groups have criticized the country’s situation at its camps for migrants after protests and three deaths during cold weather.

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Stoke and Copeland byelections: Corbyn allies blame disunity for Labour's historic defeat - Politics live

Rolling coverage of reaction to the Stoke and Copeland byelections results, including Jeremy Corbyn’s speech on the road to Brexit

In his interview earlier with ITV John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor and key Corbyn ally, suggested that Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson were partly to blame for Labour’s defeat in Copeland because of their attacks on Corbyn. He said:

What’s interesting is that the overwhelming number of members of the party, the majority of the party, are saying “unite”. And we can’t have a situation like we did last week when Tony Blair comes out and attacks his own party, Peter Mandelson as well. So we are saying to those people “unite” because people will then see the real Labour party campaigning. And we will win back places like Copeland.

On the Today programme Prof John Curtice, the BBC’s main elections expert, said that since 1945 the government party has only taken a seat from the opposition in three byelections. One was at Mitcham and Morden in 1982, where Labour, which lost, had a smaller majority than in Copeland. The other two were Brighouse and Spenborough in 1960 and Sunderland South in 1953. Labour lost in both, but in both seats it was defending very small majorities.

In Copeland Labour was defending a bigger majority, of 6.5%, Curtice said.

The movement to the Conservatives, the increase in the Conservative vote of around 8.5 points, is the biggest increase enjoyed by the government in any byelection since 1966 when Harold Wilson managed to win the Hull North byelection which precipitated the 1966 general election. So this is very, very rare indeed. The general rule of byelections is that governments, even when popular in the polls, lose ground and oppositions, even if they are not doing that well, gain ground.

Labour now have to look at a set of results, not just the two last night in both of which they lost ground, but in every singe byelection held since the Brexit referendum on June 23 last year Labour’s vote has been down.

I suspect Jeremy Corbyn’s critics will argue than in many a voter’s mind his opposition to the nuclear power industry is also linked to his opposition to nuclear weapons, and actually this is symptomatic of a wider problem with Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, in their view, [which] is that he holds certain attitudes and supports certain things which many a voter does not hold credible.

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Fri, 24 Feb 2017 08:05:02 GMT

10 most influential games consoles – in pictures

It all began with the Magnavox Odyssey, and there have been some truly brilliant, innovative machines since. But which made the cut?

10 most influential mobile phones

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Fri, 24 Feb 2017 08:00:26 GMT

Business rates: pressure grows for total rethink on controversial tax

Trade bodies including CBI tell MPs tax is unfair, with some branding it a bigger deterrent to international retailers than the Brexit vote

The government is under growing pressure to overhaul the business rates system rather than just offer help for small firms affected by the revaluation of properties.

Theresa May, the prime minister, and Sajid Javid, the communities secretary, told parliament on Wednesday that small businesses facing a sharp increase in their business rates bill from April could receive support in the budget next month.

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Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:54:50 GMT

Government intervention has led to higher energy bills, claims Lords report

Committee urges new energy commission that would prioritise low energy bills and security rather than low carbon emissions

Ministers should establish a new energy commission to spur on construction of power stations because successive governments have failed to encourage enough fresh power capacity in the UK, according to a House of Lords report.

Subsidy-backed growth in renewable energy projects, such as windfarms, has deterred the construction of new conventional power plants, the economic affairs committee claimed.

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Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:47:11 GMT

Remain voters must now be Labour’s top priority – Stoke and Copeland prove it | John Curtice
From leafy Richmond to windswept Copeland the message is the same: the party is struggling to hang on as it misguidedly tries to stave off Ukip

Byelection nights are typically a source of succour for the opposition. Its vote usually goes up while the government almost invariably suffers some kind of reverse.

But this pattern was entirely absent in both Copeland and Stoke. In Copeland Tory support increased by no less than 8.5 points – the biggest increase in support for a government party since Harold Wilson’s Labour government won the Hull North byelection in January 1966 (at the cost, incidentally, of a promise to build the Humber Bridge).

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Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:45:08 GMT