Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend Parliament on October beforehand of their Brexit deadline, resulting in bookmakers cutting at chances within a scenario.
Having been priced odds-against fairly frequently since March, the chance of the UK leaving the European Union is currently cash with bookmakers.
Odds have been hovering around this mark since Boris Johnson took over as Prime Minister, with it appearing increasingly probable that this would be an option for your new man in No.10.
But, the motion of today stems in light of this PM which makes a shock move to request the Queen so as to set out the legislative acts of his government to divert Parliament from September before 14th October.
The Prime Minister's request to suspend parliament before 14th October would reduce the amount of time MPs have to pass legislation to protect against the no-deal scenario.
Punters have jumped into the bargain or no-deal market consequently, using a large 72.2% of stakes available on the marketplace in the previous 24 hours going on the UK leaving without a deal.
Johnson's controversial movement has been met with considerable resistance from key figures such as House of resistance leader Jeremy Corbyn and Commons Speaker John Bercow.
Their argument is that suspending could effectively shut MPs out of this process within this critical phase prior to the October deadline and parliament ancient is unconstitutional.
Boris Johnson insists that he wants to set out his legislative plans more urgently, rather than mask some intentions of leaving the European Union without an agreement.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:"Activity on the deal or no deal market has been increasing steadily ever since Boris Johnson got the keys to No. 10.
"Today's news has seen an important growth in stakes and bookmakers have reacted accordingly, together with the no-deal Brexit situation looking as probable as it has according to the chances. In the event the suspension goes ahead, expect to observe that cost swing into odds-on imminently."
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