They only can make us confused, when it will completely end?
Theresa May was battling on Sunday night to save her Brexit deal and prolong her premiership, amid signs Eurosceptics could move against her if there is a delay to leaving the EU. The prime minister’s position looked precarious as she was unable to announce any progress in talks with the EU less than 48 hours before her House of Commons vote on the deal. One Downing Street insider said the week ahead looked “choppy” as parliament is likely to vote to extend article 50 and rule out a no-deal Brexit if MPs do not approve May’s withdrawal agreement with the EU. Two former cabinet ministers – Nicky Morgan and ... (full story)
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DislikedMrs May needs to move fast. 10% of UK bank assets almost £1Trillion ALREADY moved to EU. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business...city-brexodus/Ignored