Never has a financial crisis made a private investor an instant
celebrity, as the collapse of the pound sterling in 1992 has made
George Soros into a household name. As the then Chancellor of the
British Treasury, Norman Lamont, was forced by the Tory government
of John Major to resign for a currency policy which was rooted well
before his time in the Thatcher years, the whole episode served to
shape the current ongoing debate around the role by which a single
European currency should come to play in the U.K. in the new
millennium. This book presents a concise "living history" of the
economic and financial life of the United Kingdom during one of the
most revolutionary decades in modern memory (1990-2000).
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