the Prime Minister May want to prevent a further referendum on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU. You would divide the population more, warns the head of government.
A second Brexit Referendum would cause the British policy, in the words of the Prime Minister Theresa May "irreparable damage". It would split the country in addition, "more", - stated in pre-released excerpts of a speech that wants to keep May in the British Parliament.
"Let the British to not word break, by trying to hold a further Referendum." Such a second referendum would cause "the integrity of our policy, irreparable damage," says Mays speech to text.
May reject a second Referendum.government denied talks on Referendum
A second Referendum on a UK's exit from the EU the country would also not bring. It is the country would rather columns "at exactly the Moment in which we should work to unite it".
The British had spoken in 2016 in a referendum with a narrow majority in favour of leaving the European Union. May tried now, the Parliament in London, from Brussels negotiated exit to persuade the agreement.
Also, other members of the government in London had spoken out previously against a second Referendum. The debate was cooked on the weekend after the Sunday Times had reported that a leading member of the Cabinet should have spoken with the Opposition on a further Brexit-referendum. The government denied the operation.Labour Brexit will vote before Christmas, 16.12.2018 EU summit power May concessions to the Brexit Treaty, 14.12.2018 Atlas |UK |London