Leader makes anti-euro view clear at UK conference

UK - Iain Duncan Smith made a clear reference yesterday to his anti-euro stance - only the second time during the week the issue that divides the Tory party had been raised by a platform speaker.

While there have been plenty of passionate debates about the pros and cons of the euro at fringe meetings, the main addresses to delegates were noticeably silent on the issue, the Financial Times reported.

This strategy was a deliberate - and largely successful - attempt to draw attention from an area

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