European officials trying to secure a last-minute deal in the debt stand-off between Greece and the IMF now have to anticipate the threat of revolt within the country's ruling Syriza party.
After a weekend of leak and counter-leak, today has seen another dramatic development: the leak to a newspaper of the European Commission's proposal to break the Greece logjam.
The parents of two children killed by carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Corfu accuse Thomas Cook of not apologising despite an inquest's concluding the travel firm "breached its duty of care."
European negotiators have just days to conclude an agreement with Greece or a critical payment to the IMF on 5 June is likely to be missed, according to a leaked document seen by Channel 4 News.
Eurozone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels to discuss the Greek debt crisis.
More than a dozen leading members of Greece's far-right party are due to go on trial, accused of posing as a political force to carry out a criminal agenda.
After a frantic weekend the Greek government sought to break the deadlock in its talks with lenders today by reshuffling its negotiating team.