Government under fire for supporting controversial fertility conference
Parties gear up for confrontation over labour bill
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Left pulls together against ND's labour reform bill
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Greek government faces hard labour dilemma
In the 14 months since signing Greece’s third bailout, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has stuck to a punishing schedule of unpopular changes.
Taxes are higher, pensions were cut while contributions went up, and bailout lenders were handed unprecedented powers over state assets that they will retain for generations.
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