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GBP/USD - 1.2426... Reuters news, citing sources fm speech text, UK Labour Party's Brexit policy Chief Starmer says : 
 
- tells Boris Johnson when parliament resumes we will be ready  
- an in-coming labour government will legislate immediately for a second referendum to take place 
- second referendum would take place as soon as possible, no later 6 months from a labour government taking office 
- we must make the case for radical reform in Europe and at home 
 
2019-09-23 16:20:00
GBP/USD - 1.2425... Reuters news, Irish Prime Minister met Donald Tusk on Monday, both agree no UK proposals yet that meet objectives of backstop 
 
Reuters then reported Ireland's prime minister met European Council President Donald Tusk in New York on Monday for 45 minutes to take stock of the latest Brexit developments. 
 
A spokesman for Leo Varadkar said the prime minister and Tusk agreed that they want a deal but they have not yet seen proposals from Britain that achieve the objectives of the backstop. 
 
"They also agreed that time is very short if there is to be a positive outcome at the Europe Council," the spokesman said. 
 
2019-09-23 15:55:00
EUR/USD - 1.0998... Reuters news, ECB's Draghi says : 
 
- side effects of monetary policy growing 
- confident that if Greece continues to make progress, it will eventually participate in QE 
 
Reuters then reported Greece can be included in the European Central Bank's asset purchase programme, known as quantitative easing, if it continues to make progress in implementing reforms, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Monday. 
 
"I'm pretty confident that if things continue to move in this way and the progress continues to be significant on the path of reform, there will conditions that Greece can participate in QE but progress has to be made, (it) has to continue," Draghi told the European parliament's committee on economic affairs. 
 
For Greece to participate in bond purchases, it must have least one investment grade credit rating from a major rating agency and its debt must be deemed by the ECB as sustainable. 
 
2019-09-23 15:29:00
GBP/USD - 1.2434... Reuters then reported Britain's Brexit negotiator Stephen Barclay reiterated a vow to reach a deal for Britain to leave the European Union without the so-called Irish backstop, saying his government needs an agreement parliament would pass. 
 
Speaking in Prague after meeting the Czech interior minister, Barclay also said his country was committed to leaving with a deal because doing so without one would be disruptive. 
 
"The teams are meeting again this week because both sides recognise that is in both interests to secure a deal. So that is what we are working on but it has to be a deal without the backstop," Barclay said. 
 
2019-09-23 15:17:00
GBP/USD - 1.2134... Reuters news, UK Brexit Minister Barclay says : 
 
- we are committed to leaving EU with a deal, a no-deal would be disruptive 
- a deal has to be one the parliament will pass, that means without the backstop 
- both sides recognise it is in best interests to secure a deal 
 
2019-09-23 14:53:00
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