Sterling gains on belief UK will delay Brexit following likely defeat for May in Tuesday's vote 
A boost for sterling as rumours swirled that a divided UK government would opt to stay longer in the EU to help it strike a deal, points to the upside for the currency, traders and economists have said.
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