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In Brexit delay, UK economy remains prisoner of uncertainty

MyNorthwest.com Monday, 8 April 2019
LONDON (AP) — Brexit may be postponed once again this week, perhaps by as much as a year. The British economy, though, will remain a prisoner of a confidence-sapping uncertainty. While the merits of Brexit have been debated endlessly during Britain’s highly divisive political crisis, nobody disputes that the British economy has been hurt by […]
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