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Over 7,500 finance jobs have left UK for Europe

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Over 7,500 finance jobs have left UK for Europe

Over 7,500 finance jobs have left UK for Europe

More than 7,500 finance jobs and a trillion pounds in assets have already left Britain for the European Union as banks prepare for full-blown Brexit in January, consultants EY said on Thursday.

Ciara Lee reports


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