May 28, 2012

Sensible Planning for Euro Collapse

Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph

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Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, yesterday described as “apocalyptic and unhelpful” talk about what might happen in the event of a eurozone meltdown. He was responding to an interview in this newspaper with Theresa May, the Home Secretary, in which she said the Government was drawing up contingency plans in case there was a sudden influx of immigrants into Britain from elsewhere in the EU. This seems eminently sensible.

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