London markets are pricing in defeat for UK prime minister, Theresa May's proposed Brexit deal in a key parliamentary vote next week. But as Laura Frykberg reports, traders are braced for the impact the fallout from the vote will have on sterling and share prices.
The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party has spoken of the "toxicity" of the backstop in Theresa May's current Withdrawal Agreement with the EU. Arlene Foster said, "we need to deal with that issue..
A lawmaker, who helped enforce discipline in Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party, quit his role on Monday over her Brexit deal with the European... Reuters - WorldAlso reported by •Independent