Labour / Brexit / Fom

I think it would, because Labour wants a soft Brexit and so does a majority in parliament. It is May's insistence on ending FoM that is stopping her getting a majority.

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Apple says it does “not expect to meet the revenue guidance we provided for the March quarter.” I’m wondering about the tipping point for when temporary disruptions turn into more permanent, full-year hits to profitability.

Apple does not expect to meet revenue guidance for March quarter due to constrained iPhone supply and low demand due to store closures amid coronavirus crisis (Apple)