UK's Clarke sees euro off the agenda

Kenneth Clarke, a contender for the Conservative party leadership, reiterated that the euro was off the British political map for the next ten years on BBC Radio's "Today" programme Wednesday morning, 28 September, as he had first told Central Banking journal in August.

This "Today" interview turned out to be all about Central Banking: "If you wish to start talking about monetary policy in the eurozone, you can look up Central Banking," Clarke said.

Ed Stourton, a BBC radio presenter, seemingly

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