House of Commons passed no-deal Brexit bill

“It is clear the only action is to go back to the people and give them the opportunity to decide what they want: Boris to go to Brussels and get a deal, or leave without one on 31 October or Jeremy Corbyn arriving in Brussels with his surrender bill begging for more delay, more dither and accepting whatever terms Brussels imposes over our nation,” the … Continue reading House of Commons passed no-deal Brexit bill

Queen approves Borris Request to suspend Parliament, Brexit inclines towards no-deal option

Breaking News: Pound plunged badly after Queen has approved an order to suspend Parliament on the request of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Political uncertainty on its peak after Queen’s approval of Borris Request. BBC correspondent already told earlier that Queen has to accept PM Borris request as precedents of British Politics Time spans shortened and chances of any deal of withdrawal of the UK from … Continue reading Queen approves Borris Request to suspend Parliament, Brexit inclines towards no-deal option

Germany thinks GB exit without a deal is apt

German Government believes that it will be in the best interest of Great Britain if they leave the EU with no deal on 31st Oct. The impact of departure on the future relationship will be better and positive. Germany also believes that the UK will crash out without a deal. Although no-deal Brexit would lead to many unexpected outcomes in regards to escalated fares in services … Continue reading Germany thinks GB exit without a deal is apt

Impact, in case of?

The day Borris has taken a charge people have started assuming that the UK and EU cannot agree on the future relationship and the divorce is messy. Regardless of your position on the debate, it’s hard to deny that such a scenario would cause a degree of volatility to both the economy and the property market.  Whether this would be in the form of a recession-fuelled crash, however, … Continue reading Impact, in case of?