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How and why Britain might be asked to vote again on Brexit | Andrew Rawnsley14 Jan 4:48am

How and why Britain might be asked to vote again on Brexit | Andrew Rawnsley

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It still doesn’t look that likely, but we can begin to see the circumstances which would compel a second referendum Can we just call the whole damn thing off? Could Brexit be stopped so that Britain can get on with the rest of its life? Is there a possibility of doing a Breverse? This question has been nagging away, always in the background and sometimes in the foreground, ever since the narrow victory for Leave. One reason this is so is because it is such a massive issue. Another reason is because such a massive issue was decided by such a tight margin in the summer of 2016. The argument that there should be another vote before Britain heads out of the door has been pressed aggressively by unreconciled Remainers, the most vocal of them being
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