Blog: View: Post-Brexit, the stability of Britain’s currency might well be undermined by a competitive euro – Economic Times

View: Post-Brexit, the stability of Britain’s currency might well be undermined by a competitive euro

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The sceptic’s witticism that the reason the sun never set on the British empire was that even god did not trust an Englishman in the dark may well merit recalling in the context of a post-Brexit Britain.

The sceptic’s witticism that the reason the sun never set on the British empire was that even god did not trust an Englishman in the dark may well merit recalling in the context of a post-Brexit Britain. At the stroke of midnight on new year eve, the country kept its tryst with disunity from the European Union (EU) with Prime Minister Boris Johnson exulting in his country’s ‘freedom’ from the bureaucratic bondage of Brussels.A Britain buffeted

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Jug Suraiya

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