Reuters recently reported that all 40 economists polled by them expected the British Parliament to vote down Prime Minister May's Brexit deal on Tuesday while adding that respondents eventually expected the EU to reach a free trade deal with the EU.
"There is now a median 23 percent chance of a disorderly Brexit, slightly lower than in a December poll, suggesting economists think a deal will eventually get passed," Reuters' Jonathan Cable wrote.
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