Sterling fell as much as 0.65% against the US dollar on Wednesday to just over $ 1.26 before it got back a little. The currency has cut about 2.8% this month, and is heading for a record 13 fast days of decline against the euro, analysts say.
The fall comes as Britain again faces the prospect of a messy departure from the European Union.
But the plan was met with opposition from the political spectrum and appears dead upon arrival.
Finally, they did not change the rules that protect her from a management challenge, a conservative member known to the meeting told CNN. But Graham Brady, the group's leader named the 1
are encouraging investors to pound the pound, without any signs of recovery any time soon.
The UK will leave the EU on October 31 after Brexit was delayed twice. EU officials have already said that they will not renegotiate the agreement they agreed in May earlier this year.
Analyst Oliver Harvey, analyst from Deutsche Bank, said the bank expects May to be replaced by a leading CEO in Brexit over the summer. This in turn increases the risk of a non-deal Brexit at the end of October,
Jameel Ahmad, Global Currency Strategy Manager at FXTM, said in a note Wednesday that he expects the pound to dip to $ 1.25  as Mays vulnerability dominates headlines.
– CNN's Luke McGee contributed to this report