Monday will be difficult, whatever it brings Greece

21st June, 2015
Pro-European Union protesters take part in a rally in front of the parliament in Athens last week Picture: Getty

Dorothea Lambros stood outside a HSBC branch in central Athens on Friday afternoon, an envelope stuffed with cash in one hand and a €38,000 cashier’s cheque in the other. She was a few minutes too late to make her deposit at the bank. She was too scared to take her life savings back to her Greek bank. She was worried it wouldn’t survive the weekend.

“I don’t know what happens on...

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