The bad reaction from Brexiteers to Theresa May’s plans to leave the EU was hardly a surprise.
But David Davis and Boris Johnson’s resignations does come as one, or at least the timing.
The signs so far have been the Brexiteers holding off a challenge to May as long as possible. Continue reading “Cabinet resignations puts EU agreement in doubt”
Bloomberg have published an investigation that implies that Nigel Farage and hedge funds had market moving information from polling companies on the Brexit vote.
Hedge funds paid for access to polling data before it was released to the public. Knowing the likely impact of those polls, these hedge funds were then able to place positions. Continue reading “Brexit: Polling companies, hedge funds and Farage”