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USD/JPY slumps to 108.50 after report suggesting trade deal could slip into 2020

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Jeremy Corbyn says Boris Johnson has been "found out" over "secret talks between British and American officials, about opening up our health service to US corporations." The Labour leader referred to a report he produced during the ITV debate between himself and the prime minister, and repeated...

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