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UK's Osborne to make Brexit statement before markets open on Monday
LONDON British finance minister George Osborne will seek to reassure financial markets on Monday following the country's decision to leave the European Union last week, setting out the government's economic response to the vote in a statement at 0600 ...
UK Leave campaign pushes for 'unity' cabinet under Johnson  
George Osborne To Resurface On Monday Morning With Brexit Economy Statement  
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The pound has fallen sharply in trading in Asia on Monday, adding to Friday's record one-day decline. Sterling was trading at $1.3365, down almost 3% from Friday's close.
Concerns have been raised over the uncertainty surrounding the sale of Tata's UK business following Britain's decision to leave the EU.
If last week's the referendum told us one thing, it's that London and Scotland feel very different about the European Union to other parts of the country.
Now that the campaign is over, it is time for the consequences. What will they be? And how should economic policy respond? Despite the warnings of disaster from the Remain campaign, at first, nothing very much is going to change.
Food prices are set to rise as a result of the UK voting for Brexit, the National Farmers Union has warned. NFU president Meurig Raymond said the referendum result was a “political car crash”, and warned that the UK's dependence on imports combined ...

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