Inside the Greek parliament protest camp


European Union leaders have told Greece there is 'no plan B' when it comes to rescuing the country from its debt crisis.

They say that Greece can only avoid bankruptcy by making more spending cuts and forcing through privatisations.

The Greek parliament will vote next week on the latest round of spending cuts.

If the vote goes through, then Greece will get the next 12bn euro instalment from the current 110bn euro bail-out package.

The BBC's Tim Willcox spoke to protesters who have set up camp outside the Greek parliament building in Athens.

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