Eurogroup President and Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem is pictured ahead of a Eurogroup finance ministers meeting at the European Council in Brussels, on December 5, 2016. (AFP / EMMANUEL DUNAND)
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Financial activities that today are clustered in London will migrate to other European countries post-Brexit, but there will be no single hub to replace the City, senior EU figure Jeroen Dijsselbloem said.On Tuesday, Dijsselbloem warned London could not expect to remain Europe's financial capital if Britain refused to follow EU regulations.In other comments on Saturday, Dijsselbloem said the 2008 financial crisis was the "prime cause of populism" in Europe.Elections are due next year in The Netherlands, France and Germany, where the populist vote will be closely scrutinized following the Brexit referendum, in which euroskeptics were able to stir resentment against Brussels and immigration.
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