Parliamentary Brexit Vote
UK Parliament to Vote on the Brexit Deal
The Brexit Vote Can Go Both Ways Today
Starts Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 19:00
Updated Tuesday, October 22, 2019
British Parliament has discussed Boris Johnson's Brexit deal intensively in the last week and they will continue to discuss it today. In case the Parliament doesn't approve the deal, chances of a hard Brexit will increase exponentially. Although, we heard recently that the UK might postpone Article 50 in this case once again, or even end up with no Brexit at all as the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has suggested. He has made it clear that the Labour Party will push for new general elections in care the deal fails to pass and probably call another Brexit referendum if the Brexit deal fails. Anyway, unlike in Theresa May's case, this time it won't be obvious what the parliament will vote by the time we get there, so expect the GBP to be pretty volatile as the voting moment comes. Please follow us for live coverage of this event by experienced market analysts.
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About UK Parliament to Vote on the Brexit Deal
The British Parliament will decide whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal will go into action or be rejected. There isn't an exact time for the vote because the Parliament will discuss it thoroughly as they did yesterday and there is a chance that discussions might continue well into the first hours of the morning of the next day, but at some point there have to be a vote.