Greek euro exit explained - with kebab
Neither the Greek government nor its eurozone partners want to see Greece leaving the eurozone - or a "Grexit" as it has become known. But if they cannot agree a way forward, it could mean Greece abandoning the euro.
Much has been written about the dangers of Greece leaving the eurozone.
But for a stripped down look at the way in which the Greeks might have to improvise a move to a new currency, Dougal Shaw decided to go back to basics.
In the search for a helpful image, he decided to use a kebab - commonly referred to in Greece as "gyros" - to explain the practicalities of a country having to leave the single European currency.
19 Feb 2015