Chief economic adviser to the Treasury, Ed Balls, said the economics had to be right before a referendum could be held on Britain joining the single currency.
He reportedly told a conference on the euro in London on Monday that "too often over the last 100 years we have had decisions taken with a political imperative over economic reasons".
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