U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will likely lose this Saturday's parliamentary vote on the Brexit deal, says Anna Rosenberg, head of Europe & UK for Signum Global Advisors. She spoke to Shery Ahn and Sophie Kamaruddin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
U.K. Prime minister Boris Johnson is making a fresh bid to deliver on his promise to take Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 amid mounting optimism that he now has the backing to get his deal through Parliament. Maria Tadeo and David Merritt report on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
The Brexit crisis deepened to a brand-new chaos with the U.K. Parliament voting to reject all four Plan B options that went up for a vote. Those rejections included staying in the customs union, staying in the single market, a referendum on any Parliament-approved Brexit deal and an emergency brake to stop a no-deal Brexit.
With just two months before the U.K. is due to leave the European Union, Theresa May is fighting to keep control of the Brexit process. In a dramatic meeting yesterday, the prime minister effectively abandoned the agreement she had negotiated with Brussels and threw her weight behind a move to rewrite it.
U.K. Economic Secretary and City Minister John Glen discusses Brexit negotiations, the Chequers' plan and the possibility of no deal. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open" from the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.