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Theresa May suffered a minor setback yesterday evening as the government lost a vote on an amendment to the Finance Bill limiting the scope to raise funds in the case of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, in particular the ability to change taxes

Materially, this is an ‘inconvenience’ to the government because there are other avenues for the government to raise revenue but it does signal that Parliament is not prepared to support a no deal Brexit. Twenty Tory MPs voted against the government as well adding to the pressure that a ‘no deal’ will not suffice.

Sterling’s reaction to the news yesterday was muted but it has been only two days since MPs returned to Parliament and already Brexit is dominating headlines once again.


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