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BITTER PILLS
VULTURES are circling over one of the juicier morsels on the Brexit table: the Canary Wharf-based European Medicines Agency.

COURT CIRCULAR
A state visit from Donald Trump could be awkward given his one-time infatuation with Princess Diana.

DR FOX NEWS
Mandarins at the Department for International Trade are told to buy their own copies of Liam Fox’s book.

MARK HIS WORDS
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg claims the social site doesn’t influence votes – so why does it make such huge advertising bucks?

CALL TO ARMS
Possible good news for British military contractors as Ado Machida joins Trump’s top team.

WEISS GUY
New suit at UK Export Finance previously worked at Jersey-based operation behind hundreds of offshore companies.

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