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  1. On 5th of July Greece is holding a referendum and this may lead them to leaving the Euro, with unknown consequences. We may see Pound Sterling increase and stock markets being turbulent. Greece would default on debt repayments and there could be problems with Banks across Europe. ISIS look as if they have attacks planned during Ramadan and security has been increased across Europe. Following the attack in France and Tunisia, alerts have been increased and there could well be more checks at airports and ports, leaving and entering the UK, as well as in other countries. I suspect there
  2. Information for War Pension recipients and Armed Forces Pension Scheme members living in Greece. The financial situation in Greece continues to be subject to change and is fast moving. Veterans UK is closely monitoring developments but given the recent banking restrictions being imposed by the Greek authorities, the MOD has written to all War Pension recipients and Armed Forces Pension Scheme members living in that country offering 3 options. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/mod-pension-payments-to-those-living-in-greece
  3. Hi Hope someone can offer some much needed advise please. I recently inherited from my Greek father and he had a debt with a Greek bank. I am a UK citizen with no joint nationality. Under Greek law, a debt is passed onto the inheritor and becomes their responsibility. The debt was taken out in my fathers name only but I have seen the bank attempt to shift the negative balance for the debt to a shared account that I had with him. My question is this, can they attempt to persue me for this debt here in the UK? Obviously, the law there is totally different than it
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2180551/Government-guarantee-credit-card-spending-Britons-Greece-hit-euro-exit.html
  5. Can someone explain to me how British Airways can continue to sell tickets to fly to Greece on the 19th and 20th of October when the Greek Air Traffic controllers announced a 48 hour strike last Friday (14th October)? This is scandalous and since you know they cannot possibly fulfill these tickets they're going to be left with very unhappy customers.
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