British Prime Minister, Theresa May, proposed to create a fund in the amount of 1 billion 600 million pounds to stimulate economic growth in cities that supported Brexit. According to Reuters, many regarded such an initiative of the British Prime Minister as a desire to provide support for her version of the agreement on the country's withdrawal from the EU by the opposition, since the areas strongly in favor of Brexit are MPs from the Labor Party. Reuters reported that for the proposed fund, the British government has already allocated 1 billion pounds. More than 50% of this amount is intended for cities in the north of England. In the future, the fund will receive another 600 million pounds for the use by the rest of the cities across the country.
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