We should do well to remember that there is always an alternative
Everywhere I go I sense a feeling of inevitability - the
inevitability of our absorption into a federal Europe with a single
currency and a single government, theoretically answerable to a single
Parliament. It is not, of course, what a majority of the people want.
Otherwise The Sun would be for it and Tony Blair would have had his
referendum and be joining a single currency in January’s first wave. But
the fact is that people believe they will be paying in euros before they
are much older.