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Iceland president: UK 'will get money back'

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For a second time voters in Iceland have rejected a plan to repay with public money the £3bn owed to Britain and the Netherlands by the failed bank Icesave.

Iceland's President Olafur Grimsson, who forced the referendum, responds to reports that the case could go to the courts.


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