The British Prime Minister May hold a second Referendum before leaving the EU for non-feasible. In an Interview, she campaigned for the Brexit. According to a survey is a majority in favour of EU membership.
The British Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected a new referendum on EU membership. A second vote is for the 29. March planned exit date is not feasible, she said in an Interview with the BBC. They also spoke out against a further shift of the Brexit vote in Parliament and warned of the consequences of a rejected Brexit Deals. The UK would embark on "uncharted territory".
in an article published in the newspaper "Mail on Sunday" advertised May support for the agreement with the EU. Otherwise, it threatened significant economic damage. The trust in democracy would diminish.