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EU washes hands of Brexit deal: 'We have done all that is possible'

Independent Tuesday, 12 March 2019 ()
Bloc says solution to passing withdrawal agreement must come from London
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News video: Stocks, pound rally as tweaked Brexit deal soothes investor worries

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Last-minute tweaks to Britain&apos;s deal to leave the EU triggered gains across global stocks and propelled sterling higher on Tuesday, soothing investor worries about a possible no-deal exit that has unnerved financial markets in recent months. David Pollard reports.

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