• The odds of a second referendum on Brexit just rose sharply

    23 days ago - By Business Insider

    The odds of Britain holding a second referendum just went sharply up and are now a near coin-toss, according to HSBC.
    But Prime Minister Theresa May probably does have the majority she needs to get her deal through parliament, economist Elizabeth Martins believes.
    We looked at the wafer-thin numbers.
    The odds of Britain holding a second referendum just went sharply up and are now above 40% - a near coin-toss - according to HSBC economist Elizabeth Martins.
    Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled the Brexit deal she has negotiated with the EU, and it was met with multiple resignations from her...
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  • How it will play out if MPs vote down Theresa May's Brexit deal

    How it will play out if MPs vote down Theresa May's Brexit deal

    23 days ago - By Chron

    Neil Hall / Reuters; Yves Herman / Reuters; Samantha Lee / Business Insider
    LONDON - As the dust settles on the most chaotic week of British politics in recent memory, one question has become increasingly important. What happens if parliament votes down Theresa May's Brexit deal?
    Early in December, the prime minister will put her deal to a "meaningful vote," in parliament. As things stand, it's looking increasingly likely that MPs will reject it.
    All opposition parties have vowed to oppose the deal, with only a small handful of rebel Labour MPs set to support the government.
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