The European Central Bank (ECB) is "by and large done" helping Greece in its bailout because it is not permitted to provide direct aid, according to its president, Mario Draghi.
The ECB has resisted calls to take a 'haircut' on Greek bonds as they say this would be "monetary financing" which it is prohibited from doing.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Wednesday unveiled a £30 billion support package to help boost the nation’s economic recovery.
Today’s front pages are almost entirely dedicated to Rishi Sunak’s plan to lift the country out of its economic slump.