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New Barrier For UK’s Brexit Plans; Industry Looks For Potential Opportunities

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The UK Parliament may get to vote on the terms of the country’s departure from the EU if an important legal decision handed down Nov. 3 is upheld. Industry is looking at potential opportunities from Brexit as the next round of talks with the government nears.

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