Reuters: Nearly 60 percent of Greeks view the EU summit agreement on the new bailout package as negative or probably negative.
How will the public in Greece react if the protests will be hijacked by the radical groups and if the acts of terrorism will rise?
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At least according to polls. Will he capitalize on this?
ITV: Nick Clegg 43%, David Cameron 26%, Gordon Brown 20%
YouGov/The Sun: Clegg 51%, Cameron 29%, Brown 19%
Channel Four: Clegg 58%, Brown 28%, Cameron 13%
Sky News: Clegg 37%, Brown 32%, Cameron 31%
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The leader of the Liberal Democrats is surely pretty happy before the debate tonight on ITV. And what about David Cameron and Gordon Brown.
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Does he have any future in Conservative Party? Boris Johnson assumed the office a month ago, on 4 May 2008.