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Brexit details finally emerge in Parliament “White Paper”

We’re now getting a glimpse into what Brexit could look like after parliament releases the first document revealing PM Theresa May’s plan. We get the latest from RT UK Correspondent Eisa Ali. And could President Trump’s tweets have diminishing returns? Former U.S. Trading Commissioner Bart Chilton says investors may get tired of reacting to every single tweet. Then after the break, automation is shaking up the job market for everyone, but what about women specifically? Later Manuel Rapalo tells us how Google has taken over the top spot as the world’s most valuable brand and how Snap might do with their now official IPO.

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