Worrying poll finds Britons confused by euro idea

UK - Almost a third of Britons believe the country could keep the pound after it had joined the euro, according to internal polling conducted for the No campaign.

The poll, carried out by ICM for the anti-euro group, found that 27 per cent of people interviewed thought Britain would have two currencies if it joined the euro.

The findings, based on interviews with 1,000 people, reveal the scale of ignorance about the single currency that both enthusiasts and sceptics will have to confront if Ton

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