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UK 'tied to unworkable eurozone'

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Global stock markets have risen on reports that eurozone leaders have reached a provisional agreement on tackling the Greek debt crisis.

Ralph Silva, banking analyst for SRN, explains why the leaders will "save the euro at any cost".

And Bill Cash, Conservative MP for Stone and prominent eurosceptic, insists that this "fundamentally affects" the UK's relationship to Europe, and is "an opportunity to renegotiate".


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