thread interestingly they suggest a longer 'transitional arrangement'


The three material changes cited by Deutsche Bank are as follows:

"The deadline to deliver a 'clean' Brexit without a lengthy transitional arrangement by 2019 far less pressing given that no general election will be due the year after."
Deutsche Bank argues that MPs pushing for a hard Brexit will have their influence diluted, thanks to a larger Conservative party majority.
Finally, Saravelos suggests that a fresh election strengthens "the PM's overall negotiating stance who in recent weeks has clearly fallen in line with the European negotiating approach."

permalink Well, that is pretty much my take on things.
I mean, angry Bongo may have better intelligence.
permalink I'm not angry
I just think you're a wrong headed prick
permalink I know you do.
It is a shame, I hate to see an active mind swamped by bigotry.