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Pound spikes up on news PM May to resign on the 7th of June.

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Julia Hartley-Brewer  @JuliaHB1

Of course there is still every possibility that Theresa May will come outside to the No10 podium and announce her newest & boldest plan for a Brexit deal. She really is *that* mad.

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End of May sees the end of May.

You missed a trick there. 

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