Athens (AFP) - 15:50 GMT - Europe 'won't desert' Greece - Spanish premier Mariano Rajoy says he hopes Greece will stay in the euro but warns the future "will not be easy", while European Parliament chief Martin Schulz says Europe would not "desert" the Greek people. 15:49 GMT - German dissent growing - If Greek voters defy Tsipras and vote 'Yes', Angela Merkel must win German parliamentary approval for negotiations on a new aid programme for Greece amid growing dissent within her conservative party on the Greece issue. 15:38 GMT - French sympathy - France's economy minister, Emmanuel Macron, says that even if Tsipras gets his 'No', bailout talks must resume.
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.