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Carbon Emissions on Friday 17th July 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 17th July 2015

Friday 17 July, 2015
If a third Greek bailout fails a fourth one will be needed to bail out the EU.
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Carbon Emissions on FridayMash leading political satire and humour

New Grecian urn

Lords is thought to be planning to refill the Ashes urn with the residue of the Greek economy.

Logging off

Tasmania has just been voted the best place in the world to live if you’re a tree.

Greece trap

Financial commentators believe that the Eurozone should print its currency on Greece-proof paper.

Missed out on a Tony award

After Bill Shorten’s appalling performance at the Royal Commission why on earth would they call him back for an encore?

Was that a ‘yes’

When the Greeks voted ‘no’ to austerity did they understand the alternative would be even worse?

Time to bale

If a third Greek bailout fails a fourth one will be needed to bail out the EU.

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