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Clegg: Eurozone 'risks extremism'

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has criticised the lack of leadership on the eurozone crisis, raising fears of a rise in extremism and civil unrest unless it was addressed.

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David Cameron: Eurozone needs to sort itself out

Prime Minister David Cameron said the Eurozone needed to take "decisive action" to sort itself out. A Downing Street spokesman said:

What is required now is decisiveness, because it is the lack of resolution of the problem that is leading to a lack of confidence and what people need now is certainty.

We need decisiveness, strong action by all governments, whether that's dealing with the deficit, whether that's dealing with the banks, in order to calm markets.

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