World

The Latest: Britain's Osborne: No way we're pitching in for Greek rescue money

An anti-austerity protester places a Greek flag next to riot policemen as they guard one of the entrances of the Greek Parliament during a rally against the government's agreement with its creditors in Athens, Monday, July 13, 2015. After months of acrimony, Greece clinched a preliminary bailout agreement with its European creditors on Monday that will, if implemented, secure the country's place in the euro and help it avoid financial collapse. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

An anti-austerity protester places a Greek flag next to riot policemen as they guard one of the entrances of the Greek Parliament during a rally against the government's agreement with its creditors in Athens, Monday, July 13, 2015. After months of acrimony, Greece clinched a preliminary bailout agreement with its European creditors on Monday that will, if implemented, secure the country's place in the euro and help it avoid financial collapse. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)  (The Associated Press)

The latest from Greece's financial crisis (all times local):

___

11:35 a.m.

British Treasury chief George Osborne came to a European Union meeting of finance minister with a clear message — don't expect Britain, which is not part of the euro, to pay for any of Greece's rescue money.

After the 19 eurozone leaders reached a tentative deal to keep Greece from financial collapse on Monday, the focus turned to how to get Greece a first, small loan so that it can meet looming debt repayments.

Osborne says Britain, one of the nine EU nations not part of the euro, will be staying out.

He said ahead of an EU finance ministers' meeting: "The idea that British taxpayers are going to be on the line for this Greek deal is a complete non-starter. The eurozone needs to foot its own bill."