After Historic Commons Contempt Vote, JPM Raises Odds Of ‘No Brexit’ To 40% — peoples trust toronto

 

Just when Theresa May’s supremely unpopular Brexit deal was beginning to gain traction among recalcitrant Tory leaders, yesterday’s disastrous Commons vote to hold May in contempt (and the accompanying Grieve Amendment, which effectively wrested control over deal negotiations away from May) has rendered the ‘finalized’ draft deal DOA just six days before a planned vote. […]

via After Historic Commons Contempt Vote, JPM Raises Odds Of ‘No Brexit’ To 40% — peoples trust toronto

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