On Tuesday 15 January, Parliament resoundingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, with 432 MPs voting against it and just 202 supporting the government.


The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, responded to Mrs May’s defeat by calling for a vote of no confidence in the government, which was won by the government by a marginal difference – 325 to the government Vs. 306 to the opposition. A further vote in Parliament on the EU withdrawal agreement is expected in mid-February. If Mrs May’s deal fails again, negotiations will likely continue up to the final hours of 29 March. The clock is ticking…

Watch the on-demand version of the webinar below where we assess the latest Brexit developments, discuss current portfolio positioning and explore what investors can do to plan for alternative Brexit scenarios.

Our investment experts help to:

  • Make sense of the latest Brexit developments
  • Gain clarity on how Brexit may impact portfolios
  • Have an opportunity to pose your questions to our investment experts.


About The Author

Andrew Birt
Andrew is the Investment Director at Saunderson House and manages our team of in-house investment analysts. Andrew joined the ...
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