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SMMT blasts ongoing uncertainty after Brexit extension

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The SMMT has blasted ongoing Brexit uncertainty for the UK's automotive sector as 'utterly unacceptable' following the overnight decision by the EU's council of ministers to agree an extension to the deadline for the UK's departure. The date for the UK's planned departure from the European Union has now been extended until 31st October.
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EU leaders gather this week to decide whether to grant Britain a further extension to its departure from the EU. As David Pollard reports, Brexit uncertainty and trade tensions may also overshadow the week's other key events: an ECB policy meeting, and the IMF and World Bank Spring meetings.

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