Government Lose Key Brexit Vote – Johnson will table a motion for an October General Election as 21 MP’s Defy Whip
Parliament Torn Apart by Brexit – Johnson will table a motion for an October General Election.
The government lost a key vote tonight which could delay Brexit 31 October and will have consequences on the UK for years to come.
A general election is on the cards as Boris Johnson warns MP’s that if the government loses the vote tomorrow on the Bill to delay Brexit and outlaw a ‘no deal’ exit of the European Union.
· M&S to drop out of FTSE100 Index.
· Restaurant Group shares drop as it announces closures.
· Manufacturing output down.
· Pound falls again.
· Gold price rises on uncertainty – up 35% in last 12 months.
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