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What does BREX stand for?

BREX stands for British Exchange (AFROTC)

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1979 | May 4, the Tories win with an overall majority of 43 and the nation has its first woman Prime Minister; | June 12, Geoffrey Howe's first budget cuts the standard tax rate by 3p, and raises VAT to 15%; | October 24, British exchange controls abolished; | November 29, Mrs Thatcher calls for a PS1,000 million cut in Britain's contribution to European Community; 1980 | January 24, Government outlines package of anti-Soviet measures as protest at invasion of Afghanistan; | July 15, Government announces plans to replace Polaris with Trident; | August 27, unemployment reaches two million; | October 15, Jim Callaghan resigns as Labour leader and Michael Foot becomes new leader.
99 British exchange student Anna (Felicity Jones) falls in love with design student Jacob (Anton Yelchin) during her time in Los Angeles.
British exchange student Anna (Felicity Jones) falls head over heels in love with talented design student Jacob (Anton Yelchin) during her time in Los Angeles.
The 24-year-old American - whose conviction for the murder of British exchange student Meredith Kercher was overturned last month - was last night slammed as "insensitive" by the victim's father.
The 24-year-old American student, left, was originally jailed for 26 years for killing British exchange student Meredith, who was found seminaked and with her throat cut in a bedroom at the house she shared with Knox and two Italian women.
A takeover by the LSE would make sense for the exchange because it differs from most of its main rivals in not owning its main clearing house and would reposition the British exchange at a time when clearing is a focus for European regulators.