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The uncertainty surrounding Brexit has continued up to and beyond the original 29 March deadline for leaving the European Union. MPs voted to take control of the parliamentary timetable but have so far failed to break the deadlock. UK markets are likely to remain volatile until the outcome becomes clearer, but sterling and UK equities may have priced in enough bad news already to at least limit the scope for further downside.

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Delay, delay: Groundhog Day

The fog of uncertainty won’t disperse anytime soon. But the FTSE is an international market, defensive and quite possibly one of the better places to be as global growth slows.
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