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Brexit no deal odds
Most political analysts predict that such a fate would be avoided. If May’s deal is struck down, and if market chaos ensues, lawmakers might be willing to vote for it in a second go-round. Analysts draw parallels with the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. The U.S. Congress initially rejected a bank bailout plan but later passed it with a few amendments after markets panicked. … [Read more...] about May now has to sell Brexit deal to British lawmakers
An official inspects a Union Jack flag next to the European Union flag, ahead of a meeting between Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Dominic Raab, and European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, July 19, 2018. Photo: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, see a soft Brexit where the U.K. is expected to stay in the single market for goods, but exit for services and negotiates some kind of a treaty with EU for services. … [Read more...] about Despite Brexit Gridlock, Economists Bet On ‘Soft’ Deal Or UK U-turn
An anonymous source from the meeting told ITV: "We've just had an ERG mass meeting, 50 odd MPs present, where virtually the only topic of conversation for 40/50 mins was: how best do we get rid of her? What's the best way to use our letters? … [Read more...] about Top Brexiters ‘loosely’ deny plot to oust Theresa May
"But we do have one scheduled for the 13th, 14th of December, so not getting it done in November doesn't mean we can't get it done in the first two weeks of December. But I think beyond that you're into the New Year, which I think wouldn't be a good thing." … [Read more...] about Irish PM sees chances fading for November Brexit deal