-Referendum Decision One For Greek People, Not UK Govt
LONDON (MNI) - UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that the UK's
interests would be best served by a binding agreement between Greece and the
"Britain's interest will be best served, particularly in these times of
great uncertainty, by an agreement between the Greek government and the eurozone
that delivers the security and stability that we want," Cameron told BBC Radio's
"We need a eurozone that works," he added.
Cameron was asked whether he believed the July 5 Greek referendum on the
latest proposals offered by the creditor institutions was effectively a vote on
member ship of the euro, he said "yes."
"If the Greek people vote No, I find it hard to see