However the Greek PM now faces a tough time resolving Greece's immediate cash-flow problem.
Banks have been closed for a week and were expected to open Tuesday; but if there is no money left what next?
UK PM David Cameron is due to meet with Chancellor George Osborne and B of E governor Mark Carney today.
Ex-pats especially Britons who have retired to live in the Greek sun could face a challenging time; they will also feature in Cameron's agenda.
Sunday Osborne said on the Andrew Marr show that the government had a contingency plan in place, formulated in early 2015. He stressed the 'UK' was safe from the Greek debt fall out but did his words have substance or were they just aimed at allaying fears and preventing panic in the UK.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet with the French president, Francois Hollande, in Paris Monday for crisis talks. A summit of Eurozone heads will now then meet Tuesday.
The EU was a French and German dream and the Telegraph in 2012 cited that as the main reason the UK has never quite fitted in.
Twitter has responded to the Greek Referendum and result with comment, humour and memes like the one shown here.
It is 9am BST Monday and this story is beginning to unfold; we will follow it closely.
Whether Greece stay in the Eurozone, and even the EU, or not we are living in interesting but scary times.
Check back later for updates.