We meet the emerging rock star of the anti-austerity movement.
Weirdly the whole circus wasn't just about the competing egos of David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
Greece's third bailout was approved by German and Dutch parliamentarians on Wednesday. This week has also seen the Syriza-led government make move further towards their first privatization deal.
Greece's stock market and banks were closed on June 29, when the government put limits on money withdrawals and transfers to keep a run on the banks from bringing down the financial system.
If Britain gets as bad as Greece, it would mean the whole system of capitalism is screwed.
Lawmakers voted 230-63 in favor of the another round of creditor-demanded measures. Before the debate got underway, about 10,000 people demonstrated outside parliament.
Higher prices have taken effect, with taxes rising on basic goods including meats, cooking oils, coffee, tea, salt, flowers, firewood, fertilizer, insecticides, sanitary towels, and condoms.
A personal look into how austerity measures and the economic crisis have affected Greeks in Chania, Crete, some of Greece's most fervent anti-austerity citizens.