Brexit: Will there be a second Good Friday Agreement?

The Brexit negotiations could be delayed once again. As neither the EU nor British decision makers are looking to have the UK take part in the European elections, an agreement could be reached shortly before Easter. Should this prove elusive, then a long delay will become very likely. At the same time, however, the threat of a no-deal Brexit is greater than ever. The anticipated turbulence in the financial markets could lead to a recession not only in the UK but in other countries as well, under this scenario.