The newspapers' coverage of the real crisis in Greece is far better than the endless speculation engendered by the general election result. Here are a few good links:
Larry Elliott explains simply why "This Greek bailout is not a recovery plan – it is an economic death spiral" and follows it up with a longer article here.
Joseph Stiglitz writes with urgency of the need to reform the Euro or, if that is not possible, "to admit failure and move on than to extract a high price in unemployment and human suffering in the name of a flawed economic model".
Helena Smith adds her knowledgeable personal take on the "Greek spirit of resistance".
Whilst Ruth Sunderland writes about the control of market speculators.