Greece's pro-bailout conservatives are building support ahead of a repeat election next month. It could determine whether the country stays in the euro. The poll by RASS for the Metro newspaper shows:
- New Democracy leading with 23.6% of the vote
- Leftist SYRIZA (which opposes an international bailout) second with 21.4%
- Socialist PASOK, which also backs the bailout, remains in third place with 13.1%
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Business Secretary Vince Cable have been touring a Siemens factory in Berlin. The company is taking on 160 UK apprentices.
Vince Cable is seen during the tour of Siemens factory. The blades on the machinery behind him are made by two UK companies.
I have just arrived at the British Embassy in Berlin.
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The German foreign minister says "we are so impressed" with those reforms taken by some countries - but more is needed.
Both Westerwelle and Clegg emphasise the expanding of the single market as the best way of boosting growth.
German foreign minister Westerwelle tells me "we can't solve a debt crisis by taking up new debts" - no softening on eurobonds.
Germany's Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle tells me: "Please don't misunderstand the German Government, we know more is needed than austerity, austerity is one pillar".
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said that "austerity alone will not create growth in countries struggling in the eurozone", during a press conference with the German Foreign Minister in Berlin.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said during a press conference with the German Foreign Minister: "We are at one in hoping the Greek people choose to stay in the eurozone and stick to the agreements they signed up to."