Parliament Backs Theresa May's Pledge on No-Deal Brexit

Feb.27 — Leading Brexit purist Jacob Rees-Mogg, who has opposed Theresa May’s exit deal, appears to be softening his stance, making it more likely that the divorce agreement could win Parliamentary approval next month. And Parliament backed May’s strategy in a non-binding vote. Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait has more on “Bloomberg Markets: What’d You Miss?”

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  1. The British Parliaments perverting of the democratic will of the British people will result in the destruction of the Labour and Conservative parties. The people voted to leave the EU on what is now labelled as “no deal”. Mays treachery is not leaving the EU.

  2. UK is going to leave the EU without a deal because anything else doesn't fit with the government's economic and political agenda which they have been following for the past 40 years. All the plans the EU has to stop financial markets being run like casinos and hinder multinational businesses from shirking fiscal responsibility do not suit the UK government at all. It is time to part company.

    The UK government is on a let-them-eat-cake-make-UK-great-for-themselves economic rampage. They are determined to drag the country into the cut-throat, competitive chaos of the liberated market.  If anyone believes,  on either side of the Brexit debate,  that they have a say in the UK's future, they are sadly mistaken.