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Will the UK leave with a deal or no deal? Odds suggest its a murky period ahead

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If there’s one thing that both leave and remainers can agree on it’s Brexit being a complete and utter farce.

For three years now the country has been in limbo with no definitive plan and no set date as to when the UK will leave the EU. And to be honest we still don’t have a clue what’s going on or what the final outcome will be.

Boris Johnson, new to Number 10, is looking to push through a No Deal Brexit, which would see the UK immediately leave the European Union with no agreement in place.

The UK would cut all ties with the EU overnight, which would see us leave the single market and customs union with no further plans in place.

Theresa May’s original deal proposed the UK enter a 21-month transition period while a trade deal was discussed.

However her deal was voted down in Parliament three times resulting in the Brexit deadline being extended to October 31st.

In an attempt to achieve a No Deal Brexit Johnson plans on suspending parliament.

Many politicians are against a No Deal Brexit including Jeremy Corbyn, who joined protestors in Glasgow at the weekend.

Tens of thousands of people up and down the country took to the streets to make their feelings heard.

It’s set to be a massive week for Corbyn, the Labour Party, Brexit and the UK as a whole. To avoid a No Deal Brexit the government must pass a Brexit divorce law, meaning Tory rebels and Labour coming together to stop Johnson in his tracks.

Nobody quite knows what’s going to happen, including the bookmakers who have a No Deal Brexit available at 6/5.

It’s 4/6 for a withdrawal agreement to be ratified, Article 50 extended beyond 2019 or Article 50 revoked entirely.

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