Pedro Solbes, European monetary affairs commissioner, yesterday said there could be "margin for manoeuvre", suggesting that the rules might be bent to accommodate Britain.
The government said it was the first time it had heard a commissioner say in public that the strict rules for euro entry set in the Maastricht treaty might not
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