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British pound rebounds after Brexit deal voted down

WorldNews Wednesday, 16 January 2019
British pound rebounds after Brexit deal voted downLondon, Jan 16 (IANS) The British pound stopped its decline and rebounded as an immediate response to the British parliament's overwhelming rejection of the Brexit deal on Tuesday evening. Members of Parliament (MPs) voted 432-202 against the Brexit deal reached between the British government and the European Union after a five-day debate, creating the loss that is said to be the biggest...
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News video: British Parliament Votes Down Brexit Deal

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According to Reuters, the British Parliament voted down Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Although Prime Minister May's government has a week to prepare an amended withdrawal agreement, lawmakers have already called for a vote of no confidence against the government. The vote triggered...

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