Sliding toward a no-deal Brexit and a US recession?

A couple of things today.
The default is no-deal, the base case is extension of article 50
I waited until the bust settled on the no-confidence vote before I decided to write again about Brexit. It was clear that the fear of Corbyn as PM would cause Conservative MPs to hold together. And the DUP has...


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