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". I welcome the Langen Report, yet from a British perspective it fills me with dread. Already, our failure to join the Single Currency area is costing us billions in inward investment and tens of thousands of jobs. The 10 new Member States are already eager to join, as they voted for in the separate and unanimously positive referenda before accession. It will be a sad day for Britain, its people and its economy when the likes of Slovenia and Lithuania, Estonia and Malta adopt the Euro, while Britain languishes on the sidelines adrift from the world's most successful currency, tossed to and fro by a Eurogroup making decisions vital to our economy, but independent of our input and indifferent to our interests."@en1
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