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U.K. | 21 May 2019 The MPC Will Shun its Strategy of Waiting for Brexit Uncertainty to Fade
The chances of the first phase of the Brexit saga concluding soon declined sharply last week.

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21 May 2019 The MPC Will Shun its Strategy of Waiting for Brexit Uncertainty to Fade

By Samuel Tombs

The chances of the first phase of the Brexit saga concluding soon declined sharply last week.

Posted: 20th May 2019 in 'U.K.'

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