Greeks need solutions now, not more political wrangling, writes Carl Packman.
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As the creditors get fatter, the innocent are punished. Susan George laments a leadership subservient to big business.
At any given time countries both owe debts and have them owing to them. Who owes what and what’s the bigger crisis – foreign or domestic debt.
The actions of creditors are key to debt crises, argues Dinyar Godrej.
The Private Finance Initiative threatens Britain’s schools and hospitals, writes Kerry-anne Mendoza.
George Lavender on the US campaign buying up personal debt in order to eliminate it.
Amy Hall meets Filipino campaigner Lidy Nacpil, who shares her thoughts on floods, solidarity and ramming home the climate-change message.
Michael Burke considers the likely fallout from Cameron having crossed a line that even Thatcher feared to tread.
On Wednesday, Britain saw its biggest strikes for 85 years, sounding a note of challenge to the government’s austerity drive, reports Michael Pooler.
Stergios Skaperdas and David Olive wrangle over the best strategy for Greece and beyond - read their arguments and join the debate.