The probability that the United Kingdom will start off without a deal from the European Union is 10%, predicts the American bank JP Morgan.
The possibility of new British elections is also estimated at 10% by the economists at JP Morgan.
The American bank also assumes that a prolonged postponement of the Brexit has a chance of 20%. The chance of a second referendum on Brexit is 15% according to the economists.
Premier May still has to make every effort to bring its Brexit plan through the British Parliament before the 29 March deadline.