EU Financial-Services Chief Hill Resigns After U.K. Brexit Vote

  • Lawmakers in Brussels quickly sought Hill’s removal from post
  • Cameron says Hill gave U.K. a strong voice in the Commission

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Jonathan Hill, sent to Brussels by U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron less than two years ago, resigned as the European Union’s financial-services chief in the wake of Britain’s vote to secede from the bloc.

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