Update: Davis promises City Brexit travel exception

Allow for inter-company transfers

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Brexit secretary David Davis

UK Brexit secretary David Davis has said that a unique post-Brexit travel regime will be applied to the City of London, allowing firms to move workers freely across Europe.

Davis said London would continue to thrive post-Brexit as the EU also has an interest in continued access to the City's expertise and capital markets, and because the UK would continue to pursue a similar...

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