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Pound Jumps After Government Lawyer Says Brexit Treaty Likely Needs Vote From Both Houses

Shortly after sterling fell to a six year low against the euro, sliding below 1.10 or depths not seen since the March 2010 depths of the European debt crisis, the British currency found a modest respite after comments from a UK government lawyer put Theresa May's "hard Brexit" plans in flux after stating that it is likely that the Brexit treaty will have to be voted on by both houses.
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