Tuesday, 18 December 2018 Analysts at Danske Bank note that yesterday, PM Theresa May indicated that the vote on her Brexit deal will take place in the week beginning 14 January.
“May also said that negotiations with the EU continue despite the EU having said that no further negotiations are planned and that the EU27 will not reopen the Withdrawal Agreement. It seems as if EU leaders will not change position until at least the UK politicians find out what they want. This makes good sense as it is not a given that the deal would survive in the House of Commons even with further concessions given the big divisions in British politics.”
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Arne Lohmann Rasmussen, chief analyst at Danske Bank, points out that according to The Telegraph (paywall), PM Theresa May is preparing to delay the second vote... FXstreet.com Also reported by •Seattle Times •RTTNews