The transition deal between Theresa May’s government and the European Commission remains on shaky ground.
Conservative Members of Parliament and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) could torpedo the deal before it has a chance to commit London. The agreement for a transition period until 2020 is “in principle.” In effect, the agreement is anything but secured and the pound could well be bracing for a rollercoaster.
In principle, the Labour opposition is the least of Theresa May’s problems. Lab...


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