May could yet leave the Brexit rebels high and dry | Phillip Inman

If the PM can place a concrete deal before MPs, the pressure on hardliners to take it, and avoid chaos, will be intense

When the final Brexit deal hits the floor of the Commons, Brexiters who prefer leaving the EU without a deal than agreeing to a Chequers fudge will come under the most intense pressure to lay down their arms.

They won’t just feel the water cannon of recession forecasts hosing them down. The international community, in the form of the International Monetary Fund, is weighing in with its own Project Fear, citing a no-deal Brexit as a potentially disastrous hit to global financial stability.

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