May on Brexit: I'll Give People the Change They Voted For
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said in a speech to her Conservative Party’s annual conference in Birmingham that her 84-day old government has a role in improving people’s lives and supporting business as she charted a course for Britain after its vote to leave the European Union. The pound has fallen 1.9 percent to a 31-year low against the dollar since the start of the Tory conference amid investor concern that Britain could be heading for a “hard Brexit,” with little accommodation for the finance industry.
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