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Brexit secretary aims to reassure the City of London

FT.com Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
David Davis promises financial sector almost everything it asked for
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Is Brexit likely to clip the wings of the high-flying City of London? Financial services account for about 12% of Britain’s economic output, and the sector pays more tax than any other. Now, 17 months after Britons voted to leave the EU by 2019, some trends are emerging, and they suggest that...

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