Blair and Brown set euro vote timetable

UK - Tony Blair and Gordon Brown have drawn up a timetable for a euro referendum and are preparing to make a judgment, probably next year, about whether to call one, reports the Financial Times in London, 27 June.

The prime minister and chancellor have agreed that they want to hold a referendum if economic conditions are right. The judgment will be finely balanced but senior allies say the prospects are currently 60 per cent in favour.

Despite speculation about differences between the prime

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