Since the 2016 vote, negotiations have been taking place between the UK and the other EU countries. Those discussions centred on the divorce deal, which sets out exactly how the UK leaves – not what will happen afterwards. This deal is known as the withdrawal agreement.
Theresa May reopened talks with the EU in an attempt to make changes to her Brexit deal. This comes after MPs put forward some suggestions to try and change the direction of Brexit.
The EU and UK have agreed a further flexible extension to Brexit until 31 October to give Parliament time to consider alternative options.
- A no-deal Brexit could still arguably occur.
- UK could renegotiate a new Brexit deal with the EU.
- Cancel Brexit.
- A general election or referendum.
- Another no confidence vote.
- Leave the EU on PM Theresa May’s deal.
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As Brexit negotiations ensue, we’ll keep you up-to-date on how ongoing uncertainty could affect the financial markets. Learn how the EU Referendum could impact different markets and sectors, which instruments to watch, and how you can take advantage of any potential volatility.
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