Brexit deal will face big trouble, but is the right way forward, says Javid


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Brexit deal will face big trouble, but is the right way forward, says Javid

Late on Thursday, the 17th of October 2019, Britain’s Finance Minister Sajid Javid said that the Brexit deal UK’s new leader Boris Johnson had sealed with the EU Commission earlier this week, would likely to face off a number of hurdles in the House of Common on Saturday (October 19th), adding that an approval of UK PM Johnson’s Brexit deal would be better than leaving EU without a deal by October 31st deadline.

On top of that, suggesting that the deal PM Johnson struck would be an apposite way forward, the Kingdom’s Finance Minister, Sajid Javid said to the reporters over the sidelines of the a meet of IMF (International Monetary Fund) on Thursday (October 17th), “It is self-evident that what we have achieved with this deal is the right way forward for the economy, much better than any alternative.

It is the right thing for that reason but also, and this is such an important point, it is also the right thing for our democracy. ” In point of fact, comments of Javid on Thursday (October 17th) comes forth ahead of a critical session in the lower House of UK on Saturday (October 19th), which would likely to display a number of dramatic turn of events, while the British Currency remains volatile and at its five-month peak over optimisms that a Brexit deal could be sealed within October 31st deadline.