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Morning Headlines 30/06/2016

Morning Headlines 30/06/2016

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Brexit: Singapore bank UOB suspends London property loans (BBC News)
  2. Boris Johnson and Theresa May set to announce Tory leadership bids (The Guardian)
  3. Staff and skills shortages at Bristol hospital ‘put children at risk’ (The Guardian)
  4. Toyota expands recall to 3.37m cars over airbags and emissions control (The Guardian)
  5. Stocks steadier as Brexit fears fade (Financial Times)
  6. M&A hit by Brexit and Trump uncertainty (Financial Times)
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