Most likely no deal.
The Government does not want a GE
There will be no further public vote.
The EU will not accept an extension as MPs in Parliament have their own agendas.
No-deal is the least likely outcome, IMHO. As PM said, we will not leave on a no-deal basis unless
Parliament votes for it. So far, no-deal has been defeated resoundingly three times.
Conservatives would most likely win a GE, regardless of whether they want one or not. Labour's polling is a disgrace given the Government's performance over the last two years. But, IMHO that's more a reflection of the Corbyn/McDonnell axis than the Government's failings.
The irony of being so sure there won't be another public vote is that if the Government had tied the WA to a confirmatory referendum, it would have easily passed. Why are Brexiteers so afraid of this option? Just to clarify, I take Anna Soubry's position on this. Parliament approves WA+PD, public then has vote on Remain in EU vs. Leave EU with no-deal OR Leave with WA+PD. That's it, finished. No further public or Parliamentary voting. What's wrong with that option? Are you afraid you won't get want you want if people actually know what they're voting for?
I could understand why EU leaders might be reluctant to grant a longer extension, but they really don't want a no-deal Brexit either. But the Government would have to have a plan B, which may be a result of the voting on Monday.
Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana!
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