GBP could be supported by anti-No Deal Brexit plans - MUFG

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In recent trade, there have been some statements from US Security Advisor, John Bolton speaking after meetings in London mentioning trade talks between the United Kingdom and US and China.

The Guardian stated the Institute for Government claimed MPs merely expressing opposition to no deal would not necessarily be sufficient and that there were limited parliamentary manoeuvres open to them to force the issue.

While a China-U.S. trade war rages, China's Huawei next-generation 5G technology represents a national security risk, President Trump said.

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland says there is still time to avoid the "chaos" of a no-deal Brexit despite Boris Johnson calling no deal preparations "the top priority". People say they are asleep but I can assure you they're highly professional and they are ready.

Expecting Chinese delegation in September although Chinese have not said yes or no.

Johnson has promised to lead Britain out of the European Union on October 31 regardless of whether he manages to secure an exit deal with Brussels, despite many in parliament being opposed to leaving without a deal. However, the MP said a vote of confidence in Johnson's government would have more chance of success later in October, as the reality of no-deal drew nearer and its consequences became more apparent.

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He may also meet some leaders face-to-face ahead of the G7 summit at the end of August.

The EU is refusing to re-open negotiations on the deal the bloc's 27 leaders signed a year ago with May.

MPs opposed to no deal believe they can topple Johnson's government, then use a 14-day window before an election to change the law, forcing Johnson to request an Article 50 extension to the Brexit deadline.

Several Tory MPs have hit out at the Prime Minister's plan to bring Britain out of the European Union without a deal in October, which could destabilise him further. "[The prime minister] wants to achieve a deal, but if we can not achieve a deal, then it needs to be as orderly a Brexit as possible".

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to US President Trump on Monday, discussing Brexit, trade and economic issues, a statement from Johnson's office said.

Britain, one of three European partners to the deal along with Germany and France, has so far backed the EU in sticking with the accord known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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