LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling fell to a one-month low versus the euro as investors sold the British currency before the British government publishes its proposals for a “backstop” plan for the Irish border.
The single currency rallied to its highest levels since early May against sterling at 88.37 pence.
Sterling also weakened against the dollar, reversing its earlier gains. In early afternoon trading, the British currency was down a quarter of a percent at $1.3375.
Reporting by Saikat Chatterjee; Editing by Tommy Wilkes