Greek crisis: Greek catastrophe would intensify Irish fears

In the run-up to the May 31 referendum, speculation is building that Greece will crash out of the euro, but it remains to be seen what effect this would have on the vote.

19th May, 2012

In the run-up to the May 31 fiscal treaty referendum, speculation is building that Greece is going to crash out of the euro, but it remains to be seen what effect this would have on the campaign and the vote.

Unquestionably, a Greek exit would be an event of seismic significance for the eurozone and for the EU as a whole. Treaty opponents would certainly seek to capitalise on this by arguing that a No vote...

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