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Merger veto leaves LSE free to move in its own clear direction
For a demographic so in favour of the free movement of people, and capital, the French and German individuals running the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche B�rse have seemed increasingly divided over their merger.
European regulators kill off LSE's �24bn merger over monopoly fears  
London Stock Exchange and Deutsche B�rse merger blocked by EU  
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A helicopter with five people on board has gone missing over the Irish Sea sparking a major search. A spokesman for the UK Coastguard said it was coordinating a search operation in the Caernarfon Bay area of North Wales.
When Britain voted to leave the EU in June the pound crashed against the euro - but what's happened since Brexit was confirmed and Article 50 triggered?
Lloyd's of London's business with the EU27 accounts for more than 10% of its premiums. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters. Lloyd's.
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