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Brexit: George Osborne ditches 2020 budget surplus target
George Osborne has ditched his cherished plan to run an absolute budget surplus by 2019-20, as the storm clouds hanging over the British economy in the wake of the last week's fateful referendum result closed in further.
Austerity measures to continue until the 2020s as George Osborne drops plans ...  
George Osborne warns of 'significant negative shock' to budget after Brexit vote  
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The airline run by one of David Cameron's business advisers threatened yesterday to move its headquarters out of Britain. EasyJet, which employs around 1,000 at its Luton base, has started talks about transferring to another European Union country.
The blue-chip FTSE 100 staged a robust recovery from Brexit losses and recorded its strongest weekly gain in five years. While global blue-chips benefited from the sharp decline in sterling, domestic focused companies and financials were hit by ...
MADRID, July 1 (Reuters) - Spain will compete with other countries in the European Union to host the headquarters of the EU's London-based bank regulator following Britain's decision to leave the bloc, its deputy prime minister said on Friday.
Jens Weidmann, the president of Germany's Bundesbank, has warned the EU against treating the UK too toughly, adding his voice to the debate about how to react to Britain's vote to leave the bloc.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has appointed Justine Simons OBE as his deputy mayor for culture and creative industries. Khan has pledged support for the arts, culture and creative industries as one of the 'core' priorities of his administration.

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