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May warns of second Brexit vote
The British Prime Minister May put in again against a second Brexit Referendum. In a speech that will keep today in front of the house, alerts you to the speech text according to a further split of the country. Also several Ministers oppose a further vote. Had propagated, among others, the former government chief Blair. the

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May fears a renewed referendum on the EU membership of their country in an "irreparable" political damage. British media published on Monday in advance extracts of a speech should keep May later in the day, in the house of Commons.

"Let's not be breaking their promise to the British people by attempting another Referendum to recognise," - said in the speech text, from which, among other things, the BBC quoted. "A further vote would cause our policy to irreparable damage, because it would not say the millions, the familiar of our democracy, that democracy keeps its word," more. The country would have to split also, "more".

The former British Prime Minister Tony Blair had called on May last week, a second Brexit Referendum. "My advice to you is that it makes no sense, that is to say, the race literally with the head against the wall," said Blair in a speech in London on Friday. "If you look at the whole mess, how can it be undemocratic to say to the British people: Okay, in the light of all this, do you want to go through with this or to stay?" as Blair.

The British voters had voted in June 2016, with a narrow majority for the exit of the UK from the EU. This is on 29. March 2019 to be effective. May had to be postponed last week, a vote in Parliament on the EU negotiated Brexit Treaty in the face of an impending defeat on January.

Several of the British Minister support the course Mays against a new Brexit vote. A further referendum on membership of the European Union would deepen the division of great Britain in this question than cure, they argued on Sunday.

warning of the possibility of a third referendum

foreign trade Minister Liam Fox has called on the BBC to the hypothetical case that the Pro-EU would in the case of a new Referendum on 52 percent of the vote, but at a lower participation than in the first referendum. If it were not for another Referendum, what does he think, people would say that it needs three votes, and the result was the would find in the other two a majority, he argued. "Where is this going?"

The Sunday Times had reported that David Lidington, the de facto Deputy Prime Minister, with deputies of the opposition Labour party over another Brexit Referendum have spoken. Lidington tweeted a Link to a log of a session in which he had stated that a second vote would be "divisive, not decisive".

The chief of staff of the Prime Minister, Theresa May, Gavin Barwell tweeted: "not *Certify that I* plan for a second Referendum with political opponents (and also anyone else, to anticipate the next question)."

The former foreign Minister and Brexit-the hardliners Boris Johnson wrote in his column for the Daily Telegraph to the BBC, according to a new poll would be, "an immediate, deep, and indelible feelings of fraud". The idea was "disgusting".

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