In the text of a speech for delivery in New York later Friday, Brown said the Labour government's approach to euro membership will remain "considered and cautious: one of pro-euro realism."
"Realist because to short-cut or fudge the assessment of the five tests we have set out, and to join in the wrong way or on
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