United Kingdom seemed to be no nearer to resolve a whirlpool of uncertainties surrounding its divorce from EU, after UK House of Commons had again failed to find any alternative to May’s divorce deal, defeated for the third time on Monday, the 1st of April.
Amid a tempestuous week, in which May’s divorce deal had again rejected by the UK lawmakers for third time, despite PM May’s offer to quit if it passed, future directives of Brexit remained disheveled and unfathomable.
As an approach to break a three-year long political gridlock surrounding Brexit, UK lawmakers had voted down four eleventh-hour alternatives, which were being considered to be the most far-reaching policy changes since World War II.
The vote which came the closest to get passed to keep UK in a customs union with the EU, was defeated by three votes. A last-minute vote to hold a confirmatory referendum under any deal which got the most votes, had also been defeated by 292-280.
Signaling that the UK PM May could push her deal for a fourth time this week on a humid hope of ensuring an orderly exit from the bloc, the parliament said, “The only option is to find a way through which allows the UK to leave with a deal”.
The British currency had lost more than 150pips immediately after the Brexit votes, down to $1.30 region from a near-resistance level of $1.3150 against the American dollar.