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Brexit extension would be a "sticking plaster" - City of London

Reuters India Thursday, 21 March 2019
Extending Britain's departure date from the European Union would only be a "sticking plaster" if deep-seated issues are left unresolved, City of London financial district chief Catherine McGuinness said on Thursday.
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