Hammond, Carney Fight for City of London as Brexit Talks Start
Say fragmenting financial services would damage U.K. and EU
Hammond speech marks shift away from U.K. focus on migration
Svenja O'Donnell and Richard Partington
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Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney joined forces to defend the financial-services industry as the government seeks to shift its Brexit focus away from controlling migration to safeguarding jobs.