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General election: Pound soars against dollar and euro after exit poll predicts Tory landslide

Independent Thursday, 12 December 2019
Sterling hits highest value in 18 months as Tories forecast to win 68-seat majority
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A look at the UK 2019 election exit poll predicts that the Conservatives are on course to win a decisive majority. It predicts Labour to come in second with 191 and the SNP in third place with 55 seats.

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