Eddie George doubtful on euro

UK - Sir Edward George, the governor of the Bank of England, has pitched into the ongoing debate about potential British entry into the euro, saying that a single economic policy across Europe was a "disadvantage".

In an interview with a German television station on Thursday, he described the "one size fits all" monetary policy in the eurozone as a "particular risk".

"The same monetary policy isn't necessarily the best for every country at the same time," he added.

Speaking to the BBC's Today

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