Chris Evans, 53, placed a bet on whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s latest strategy would be voted down by MP’s in the run up to the UK leaving the EU amid “uncertainty and nonsense”. The UK is due to leave on October 31 but with just over a week to go it’s uncertain whether Parliament will be able to push through a Brexit deal before the deadline is reached. Speaking before Saturday’s vote, Chris said: “We may be Brexit free come 11 o’clock tomorrow night anyhow, if MP’s vote this new deal.” “Well they’re calling it a deal. It’s not a deal is it, it’s a draft withdrawal agreement that will become deal if they vote it through,” he explained on his Virgin Radio breakfast show. The host read out various tabloid headlines, noting they weren’t anti the deal: “They’re not don’t do it. They’re not saying do, but they’re not saying don’t do it.” Before introducing his first guest of the morning the presenter asked listeners: “If you had a pound, how would you bet?” “If it was my last pound I’d probably bet against it. If had a vote, then it’d be a different story but I don’t!”… Read full this story
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