Simple answer Brexit.
Since the UK people voted to leave the EU the pound has been down. This was inevitable as no one really knows what to expect once the UK is no longer an EU member and the inner squabbles between England and Scotland don't help.
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Why pound is falling?
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Why is letting go the most diffucult part?
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