Prime Minister, Theresa May and other members of the cabinet have been holding a series of meetings with MPs from across the political spectrum to try and break the Brexit deadlock. Senior MPs from the Democratic Unionist Party, Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru, and the Scottish National Party all met with May in the aftermath of her confidence vote victory on Wednesday evening. All day yesterday further talks were held with members of the Tory European Research Group, Senior members of the 1922 committee as well as several Labour MPs. Noticeably absent from the meetings has been Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is refusing to meet the PM face to face until he gets a guarantee that a “no-deal” Brexit will be ruled out. The PM naturally cannot openly promote this to Corbyn as it will remove some of her negotiating leverage with the EU. May is set to present an amended proposal to the Commons on Monday with a vote due on January 29th. The GBP/USD pair made a play for the 1.3000 handle yesterday for the first time since early November, however, it has since fallen away towards 1.2926 in the European’s trading session.