‘People’s vote’ or Brexit? Theresa May
by Amit Roy BREXIT is like the Kashmir problem – there is no solution to it. Talk of a second referendum is getting stronger, but even if one was held, it is unlikely to bring the warring sides together. For a start, there is no guarantee that a second referendum – called a “people’s vote” in some circles – would produce a result that would allow the UK to remain a member of the European Union. But even if the vote was narrowly in favour of scrapping the result of the first referendum in 2016 – 51.9 per cent to…
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