The long odds favor a bet on weak politicians in all parties - the safe bet is May's deal passes because it offers some further TIME for negotiation (sovereignty guarantees any agreement re: the pesky can be renounced in 2021)
Livingston nh 15:11:55 GMT - 01/11/2019
jp - consider what has happened to Pound -- an extension is "more of the same"
Mtl JP 13:42:44 GMT - 01/11/2019
my point ... is trying to make some moolah off the cretins
dc CB 12:55:49 GMT - 01/11/2019
you miss the point JP.
"""She has had her best shot with the EU and has come up with nothing. Im not saying she ever had a chance""""
Mtl JP 12:46:49 GMT - 01/11/2019
so feel free to bet on it and
buy dips in gbp
dc CB 12:45:05 GMT - 01/11/2019
May's job is to make sure Brexit never happens.
GVI Trader john 12:37:07 GMT - 01/11/2019
So if May's "deal" loses big, will she be asked (not forced) by her party to step down? She has had her best shot with the EU and has come up with nothing. Im not saying she ever had a chance, but what is the next step?
london red 12:04:10 GMT - 01/11/2019
may is going to be slaughtered in the vote. all sides know accept this. its what happens afterwards and what all of this action is about.
GVI Trader john 11:40:45 GMT - 01/11/2019
Expect a flurry of Brexit headlines into next Tuesday. All along, its been difficult for those of us across the pond to handicap whats going to happen next week. The fog somehow seems not to be lifting
GVI11:29:05 GMT - 01/11/2019
Government Spokesperson Donnelly: UK Government Policy is not to extend Article 50 - We are making progress on Brexit legislation, we will ensure either way we will pass legislation in time for Brexit - Still expect EU assurances ahead of the Parliamentary vote - PM will likely talk to other unions on Brexit deal - Source TradeTheNews.com
PAR11:14:42 GMT - 01/11/2019
Incompetence all over the place .
london red 11:12:20 GMT - 01/11/2019
unless eu lets them extend it (can only unilaterally withdraw not extend), its moving deckchairs on the titanic
GVI Forex11:01:12 GMT - 01/11/2019
GBP spikes higher on this headline
05:54 (UK) Cabinet Ministers say that Brexit to be delayed beyond March 29th - financial press
- Backlog of at least six essential Bills that must be passed before Britain leaves the European Union has left ministers convinced the timetable will be extended
- Source TradeTheNews.com
PAR11:00:32 GMT - 01/11/2019
Delay To Brexit On Way, Cabinet Ministers Reveal – Evening Standard $GBPUSD
A backlog of at least six essential Bills that must be passed before Britain leaves the European Union has left ministers convinced the timetable will be extended.
PAR10:57:05 GMT - 01/11/2019
Brexit Is To Be Delayed Beyond March 29; Cabinet Ministers Cite - Evening Standard
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