on Friday took Tony Blair, Politician and british prime minister 1997-2007, answered and demanded that the british must get a referendum on the Brexit. The socialist, Blair also said that he expects a majority in parliament will shortly have the same attitude.
prime minister Theresa May, that Blair with his involvement in the debate ”insulting” the british premiärministerämbetet, reports british media organisation, the BBC.
" When Tony Blair is turning to Brussels and try to undermine our negotiations by advocating a second referendum, it is an insult to the office he once had and the people he once served. We can not, as he is ready to do, to absolve us of the responsibility for this decision, " said the leader of the Tories, Britain's conservative party in government.
Blair has directly responded to Mays harsh words about a new referendum is ”undemocratic”.
Far from being undemocratic, the de facto opposite – that, in fact, many of the leading forces in her own party from the past and present have expressed it, says Tony Blair.
to give advice when the country is ”in crisis”, on a question ”where the decision is the most important thing that our country had to take since the end of world war ii”, writes the news-the tv channel Sky News.
– however, What is irresponsible is to with authoritative force members of parliament to accept an agreement that they really see as bad. And so under the threat that if they do not toe the line so the government will let the country crash out of the EU membership without any agreement, " said Tony Blair.
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