Major Election

NPR's Michael Goldfarb reports from London that with two weeks before the General Election, Prime Minister John Major is facing a rebellion within his own Conservative Party. His party is divided about adopting the proposed single European currency. Instead of campaigning for votes for his party, Major has been forced to campaign within his party for support of his European policy.

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