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Zac Goldsmith: How my dad saved Britain

If you’re grateful not to be in the euro, it’s James Goldsmith and his ‘rebel army’ you should thank

28 February 2015

9:00 AM

28 February 2015

9:00 AM

In recent weeks Ed Balls has been offering a new reason to vote Labour: it was his party, he says, that saved Britain from joining the euro. Now, the shadow chancellor is free to say what he wants — and in a way, I’m pleased that he feels the need to convey such an impression.

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Zac Goldsmith is the Conservative MP for Richmond Park, and a former owner and editor of the Ecologist.

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