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Tata Steel near deal to save Port Talbot plant despite Brexit vote
Tata Steel is close to a deal to save its Port Talbot plant despite Britain's vote to leave the EU, as sterling's slump potentially boosts the industry's survival prospects.
Tata Steel: No bidders have pulled out since Brexit  
Concerns over Tata sale following Brexit result  
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Brexit, the exit of Britain from the EU, caught many people by surprise after a 52 to 48 percent vote determined the decision to leave on Thursday.
Weeks before Britain's vote to leave the EU, Europe's centre-right political party leaders gathered in Luxembourg to hear a speech from Donald Tusk.
British Airways owner IAG has issued a profit warning following the UK's decision to leave the EU. The company's share price tanked 19% to 425.6p in trading on Friday morning.
Daily Record Westminster Editor Torcuil Crichton read the runes on yet another day of drama for Britain. Shares. Get daily news by email.
Mark Carney is likely to drop out of the European Central Bank's annual summit in Portugal this week. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters.

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