So once again this week presents the opportunity for some concrete Brexit progress to be made, but come Friday we may still be in the same position. There are three key dates and votes to look out for this week on the 12th ,13th and 14th. If Theresa May is defeated on Tuesday and her Withdrawal Agreement is rejected, which is likely as we can’t see her swinging 115 votes with the limited changes, then Parliament rolls onto the vote on the 13th (Wednesday). At this point, the House of Commons will decide on whether to leave the EU without a deal, i.e. in a No Deal Brexit scenario. This idea in all likelihood will be rejected as well, and so we come to the 14th (Thursday). Vote number 3 will see the House of Commons vote on postponing Brexit. This is where the uncertainty will kick in because either Westminster will vote for an extension or some of the influential ERG and Tory backbenchers could look at May’s agreement once again rather than being stuck in the EU maybe indefinitely. As things stand, the Pound is in a state of paralysis trading just above the 1.3000 handle, which is seen by many investors as the border between certainty and uncertainty.