- Words: 1212
- Length: 3 Pages
- Topic: Economics
- Paper #: 55200684
In Germany, the idea that financially conservative Germans might have to contribute to a bailout of a nation that 'cooked its books' has been difficult to sell to the public, and British politicians would have faced even more criticism, had Britons been forced to shed their beloved pound.
Great Britain can congratulate itself because it did not throw in its fortunes with the unstable euro, although some Britons protested this