Poll says most Germans want rid of euro

GERMANY - A UK newspaper reports that the party is over for the euro in Germany. A majority of the country which more than any other embraced the concept and birth of the single currency now longs for the return of the Deutschmark it is claimed.

First published in 'The Scotsman' newspaper on 21 May.

Fifty four per-cent of Germans polled by the prestigious Allensbach Institute said they want the euro replaced by the old mark, the trusted building block of the economic miracle. The response come

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