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Theresa May doesn't care if 'hard Brexit' hurts the City — there won't be special deals

Three senior, unnamed government sources have told Bloomberg that Theresa May will not cut any special deal with the City to ease the pain of Brexit and is seeking to fundamentally rebalance the relationship between Whitehall and financial services. Bloomberg reports on Tuesday that May is taking a hard line with financial services and is unwilling to bend to their demands simply because of their economic clout.
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