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 Interview   Sorrell: UK business should speak up as 'Brexit would be damaging'

EXCLUSIVE / Responding to Prime Minister David Cameron, who, in September urged UK business leaders to stay out of Britain’s EU membership debate, Sir Martin Sorrell told EurActiv that a Brexit would be damaging for companies.

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EU Council President Donald Tusk and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán indirectly rebuked German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday (22 October), calling arguments over how to accommodate refugees "naïve" as long as Europe fails to stop them.

 News   Greece's creditors demand further reforms

Discussions between Greece and its creditors are tense, despite the major reforms accepted by the Greek parliament, the Vouli, on Monday (19 October).

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