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UK's Hammond wants to address Japan financial sector's Brexit concerns

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By Stanley White

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yes, Britain is actually in no position to promise ANYTHING (not least because they went the Brexit route without any forethought other than "win" the argument)… or even WANT anything, which is all he's saying anyway {must've been using a quote from Mr. Abe's playbook 'want')…. but then Britain IN the EU always wanted to be 'in' without wanting to be 'part of'… now, in a world full of hopeless messes, Britain is at least excelling in the hopeless mess stakes...

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Regarding Nissan's decision to stay in the UK:

The agreement certainly marks an early triumph for Nissan’s new “head of UK external and government affairs”, Peter Stephens, who until 11 October last year, when David Cameron was “renegotiating” Britain’s EU membership, was a deputy director in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills responsible for EU strategy.

http://www.private-eye.co.uk/issue-1433/news

Comedy gold. Bent, the whole lot of them.

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UK's Hammond wants to address Japan financial sector's Brexit concerns

But can't.

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The whole point of this uncertainty is that no one knows what form of Brexit will be ended up with, so these "promises" aren't really very deep

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