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Hi folks. Boris Johnson's request to prorogue — suspend — Parliament for up to five weeks was granted by the Queen on Wednesday.

The move, which has caused uproar among legislators across the political spectrum, is seen by many as an effort to limit Parliament's ability to halt the UK exiting the European Union without a deal.

If proroguing Parliament results in the UK's long drawn out and fraught divorce from the EU concluding without agreement, it will have substantial implications for the country's fintech ecosystem.

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