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Osborne abandons 2020 budget surplus target
Chancellor George Osborne has abandoned his target to restore government finances to a surplus by 2020. In a speech he said, given the effects of the referendum vote, the government had to be "realistic about achieving a surplus by the end of the decade".
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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EasyJet is drawing up plans to move its headquarters to continental Europe following Britain's vote to leave the EU. The possible relocation is aimed at safeguarding its status as Europe's second-largest budget carrier by revenue amid uncertainty over ...
So far, Brexit has been little more than a storm in a teacup for the stock market as the FTSE bounced back this week and is now higher than it was at the start of the year.
MADRID, July 1 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.
More than a third of voters are not convinced the UK will leave the EU despite last week's referendum result, a poll for BBC Newsnight suggests.
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.

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