London Mayor Sadiq calls for second Brexit referendum Mayor Sadiq Khan
London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Sunday (16) called for a second Brexit referendum as he criticised the Conservative party-led UK government’s increasingly “chaotic approach” to the negotiations with the 28-member European Union (EU). The Pakistani-origin Mayor said the fresh vote should offer voters the choice of staying in the EU against any deal the UK government manages to strike – or against a “no-deal” Brexit, if an agreement cannot be reached. Writing in the Observer newspaper, Khan warned that with the UK due to leave the EU in six months, by March 2019, it now faced either a “bad deal”…
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