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The Paris-bound European Banking Authority, which has around 180 staff members, monitors the regulation and supervision of Europe's banking sector.

Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra said: 'It is a fantastic result.

Some 890 top jobs will leave Britain for Amsterdam with the European Medicines Agency, giving the Dutch a welcome economic boost and more prestige.

The EMA is responsible for the evaluation, supervision and monitoring of medicines.

Theresa May was today warned that 'one pound is too much' to give Brussels as she gathered her Brexit 'war Cabinet' to discuss hiking Britain's offer.

A meeting of 10 of Mrs May's most senior ministers gathered for what could prove to be one of the crucial moments in the Brexit process.

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He added: 'We take note of the UK decision to end free movement of people.

Senior Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are believed to be ready to agree to the increase - but are demanding concrete assurances from Brussels about trade talks.

Before her ministers gathered, Mrs May refused to be drawn on the details of the proposal that will be discussed.

Chancellor Philip Hammond said yesterday that Britain was preparing to table a new compromise deal ahead of an EU summit next month when leaders are due to decide whether to begin post-Brexit trade talks with the UK.

Mr Hammond declined to give a figure, but Brussels sources have suggested the EU will not consider a payment of less than £40billion - double the figure previously floated by Mrs May.