There were no data releases from the UK yesterday. David Davis’s Brexit department suffered a blow as the lead civil servant tasked with finding a solution for the Irish border quit after less than a year. Simon Case is leaving his role to become Prince William’s private secretary. He is to be replaced by his deputy, Brendan Threlfall. As director general Northern Ireland and Ireland in the Department for Exiting the EU, Case led a team of key officials working on what is arguably the most challenging issue facing the department.

He was given the director general post in January this year, but had run the Ireland team since June last year.  Sources said he was leaving for the job in the royal household because it was a “brilliant opportunity”, adding there was no connection between his decision and continuing rows over Ireland’s border. British officials were in Brussels on Monday for the start of six weeks of talks on Ireland, in anticipation of some resolution on the issue before the next European council summit in June.


There will be no major data releases both from the UK and USA tomorrow so we can expect less volatile session. 

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