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CBI: Brexit delay could only be a stay of execution

CBI: Brexit delay  could only be a stay of execution
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The fall follows a climb to nine-month highs against the US dollar and a nearly two-year high against the euro after a vote on Wednesday.

The House of Commons voted by a majority of 210 for Theresa May to request an extension to the two-year Brexit negotiation process, pushing the EU exit back from its current 29 March deadline, as long as the 27 other European Union states agree.

The latest vote came after MPs rejected Theresa May s withdrawal agreement for the second time and then ruled out a no-deal Brexit.
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