Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend Parliament well October beforehand of the Brexit deadline, leading to bookmakers cutting chances within a no-deal scenario.
Was priced consistently since March, the possibility of the UK leaving the European Union is money with bookmakers.
Odds have been flying about that mark since Boris Johnson took over as Prime Minister, with it looking increasingly likely that this would be an alternative for your new guy in No.10.
However, the motion of today stems in light of the PM which makes a jolt move to request the Queen so as to set out the legislative agenda of his government to suspend Parliament from September before October.
The Prime Minister’s request to suspend parliament before 14th October would reduce the amount of time MPs need to pass laws to protect against the no-deal scenario.
Punters have jumped to the deal or no-deal marketplace consequently, using a enormous 72.2% of bets available on the market in the last 24 hours going on the UK leaving without a offer.
Johnson movement has been met with significant resistance from key characters such as House of Commons Speaker John Bercow and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Their debate is that suspending would closed MPs out of the process within this stage before the October deadline and parliament early is unconstitutional.
Boris Johnson claims that he simply wishes to set his legislative plans more desperately , instead of conceal any intentions of leaving the European Union.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”Action on the deal or no deal market has been growing steadily since Boris Johnson got the secrets to No. 10.
“Today’s news has seen an important increase in bets and bookmakers have reacted accordingly, with all the no-deal Brexit scenario looking as likely as it ever has according to the chances. In case the suspension goes forward, expect to realize that price swing into odds-on imminently.”
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