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Let thy yea be yea and thy nay be nay

16 May 2003

The euro’s key absentee will not join this year. But Britain’s politicians are rowing about whether to think again within 18 months. A few quarters’ extra data won’t alter the economic argument. A short delay would be pure politics and bad policymaking. No should mean no.

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