Source: Financial Times
The European Central Bank's plans for setting interest rates could prove an "obstacle" to Britain joining the euro, a Commons inquiry has concluded.
Its reform of the voting process in an enlarged eurozone would mean Britain having a say in the setting of interest rates only 80 per cent of the
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