Campaign against the euro in the United Kingdom (September 2001)

In September 2001, the British lobby group No euro deplores the dangers of the single European currency in the national press and collects signatures from almost 700 British businessmen who want to keep the pound sterling. The publicity campaign depicts Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer, handcuffed by the constraints of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).

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Source: The no campaign. [ON-LINE]. [s.l.]: [s.d.]. Disponible sur

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