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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.
The day after the EU referendum last year saw the pound's value slide to its lowest level in decades. Some expected Sterling to slide again today as the government formally fired the starting gun for Brexit, sparking pain for holidaymakers abroad.
Lloyd's of London's business with the EU27 accounts for more than 10% of its premiums. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters. Lloyd's.
The most “normal” English town has been revealed, as data science research found Didcot in Oxfordshire is the place that most closely mirrors English national demographics and opinion.
A buy-to-let tycoon has blamed a disgruntled lettings agency employee for thrusting him into the spotlight over his ban on “coloured” tenants - but insisted: “I do not apologise for it.

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