Sunday, June 22, 2003
The Government's Position on the Euro - 22nd June 2003, 16.39

Denis MacShane, at a breakfast meeting on the 19th June with the London Chamber of Commerce, provided a short concluding passage on the government's current position on the issues raised in Europe. The failures of European policy were left unmentioned:

So we've strengthened our commitment to and support for joining the euro. As the Prime Minister and Chancellor have made clear we'll be stepping up our efforts to explain why Europe matters to the UK. We intend to make the case for Britain's role in the Europe and Europe's role in the world. An enlarged Europe, pursuing economic reform, will be good for British growth and British jobs and clearly in the British interest. I look forward to engaging in this debate.


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