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there is no more time for gambling the warning to greece from its creditors but the stakes have just gone up a notch the international monetary fund walking out on debt relief talks thursday , the blame game now underway with athens accusing the i. m. f. of pressure tactics , but reuters correspondent deeper babington says greece is negotiating stance might not be as popular as it once was , in the past we've seen polls where people quite proud are quite happy with the government having a very confrontational stance with the landowners amber there's a poll this week that show that over half of greeks are unhappy with the way and that the government has been negotiating with creditors , key greek stalks of being spooked by the latest disagreement with national banks taking a beating in friday trading it's a consequence a country can ill afford but domestic politics are also imply with prime minister alexis tsipras fronting a leftist led government elected on a promise to reduce austerity