Sterling has begun to rise, heading for its biggest gain in two months, as Prime Minister Theresa May has agreed to allow Parliament to debate her Brexit plans.
The currency rose 1.2% against the US dollar in morning trading to hit $1.2269, rebounding from a 4.9% fall over the previous four days. Sterling has suffered this month, falling 6% thanks to comments...
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