I've got a piece in the European online magazine "Vocal International" about the Greek crisis and the comfort that Syriza's unlikely allies on the British right might be gaining from it. It's certainly been fascinating to see British Tories from both parliament and the commentariat line up alongside the left-wing Syriza to attack the European leaders. The eurozone crisis links them both by providing a common enemy and for the Brits this really must seem like a justification of their oft stated criticism of the whole euro project.
The crisis will take some time to unfold but the ripples from its wake will surely hit up against Britain's own referendum in 2017. Eurosceptics will be hoping that a Greek exit will help to sour the whole EU image in the minds of British voters. Europhiles might be concerned that after one exit, another will seem rather less of a big deal.