The price Britain faces for delay on euro entry

In an article supporting Britain's entry to the euro, Professor David Begg says that maintaining a 'wait and see' policy on the euro may have a significant price for the UK and the real issue is when not if Britain will join the euro.

First published in the UK edition of the Financial Times, 6 May. The writer, David Begg, is principal of the Business School at Imperial College, London. He chaired a group of experts whose report, The Consequences of Saying No, was published on Tuesday.

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