The UK isn't giving up on keeping the European Medicines Agency's HQ in London without a fight
EMA’s London headquarters in Canary Wharf on September 22nd, 2014. Gordon Bell/Shutterstock
The EU may be hosting a competition to see which of its member states will get to host the EMA, but British officials insist that there’s absolutely no reason for the agency to decamp from London just because the UK is exiting the union.
The Financial Times reports that David Davis, Brexit secretary, is fighting to keep the drug agency as well as the European Banking Authority at Canary Wharf, along with the hundreds of workers and steady flow of visitors that each receives every year.
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