Meanwhile Sarkozy described Greece's "unilateral" decision to hold a referendum as a matter of regret. Unilateral? The BBC had already been reporting that Papandreou was "summoned" to talks by Merkel and Sarkozy, which seems an odd way to talk about a fellow head of government. Now it seems that it's no longer appropriate for governments to consult their own electorates about important decisions that will hugely affect their lives, without the say-so of France and Germany. There's nothing very sovereign about this debt crisis.
Finally, via Cheryl Morgan, some music and pictures to set up camp inside your brain and refuse eviction... (wemyss, I advise you to avert your gaze and, if possible, ears, for the first few bars.)