Jason DParticipant@jasondras80Join Date: 2019Post Count: 24
The clock is ticking to the deadline for Britain’s forthcoming exit from the European Union on March 29 next year.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been able to negotiate with European leaders a draft agreement for Brexit. But, she now faces the challenge of getting it through Parliament. Not all of Britain is happy with the terms proposed, and some are campaigning for the Prime Minister to push for better terms. However, senior figures in Brussels have expressed that it is unlikely that the UK will get a better deal than the one currently on the table.
Britain’s leaders race against time to determine whether the UK leaves the Union with or without a deal. What does a deal, or no-deal mean for the future of property investment in the UK?
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