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Lewis Hamilton jumped for joy on Sunday after steering his way through the capricious extremes of an English summerâ s afternoon, with the aid of two well-timed pit-stops, to secure a third win on home soil in a dramatic British Grand Prix. In front of a jubilant and wildly-enthusiastic crowd of more than 140,000, his well-judged win enabled him to increase his lead in this yearâ s driversâ world championship as he led Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg home in treacherous and changeable conditions. "Thank you everyone for coming out today and making my weekend," said Hamilton, praising the fans.
15:26 GMT - Early voters split - Michelis, an 80-year-old first through the doors of a primary school being used for the vote in central Athens, says he is saying 'No' "because they (the creditors) will take us more seriously". Theodora, 61, a retired journalist, says she was voting 'Yes' because "it's a 'Yes' to the European Union".