Recruiters show mixed response to dramatic events in Parliament

Continued Brexit uncertainty created by last night’s dramatic events in Parliament is causing recruiters concerns about the impact on candidates, clients and their own companies – but some want Parliament to sort out the situation as soon as possible and others are just bored with the whole process.

Amid historic scenes in Parliament last night, MPs voted to take control of the Commons in their bid to stop the UK leaving the EU on 31 October without a deal, while the PM lost his working majority before he had even delivered his opening speech to the House, and subsequently removed the whip from 21 MPs who voted against the government, effectively expelling them from...

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