The case for a new British referendum on the EU is becoming unstoppable | The Federal Trust

If a majority can be constructed in the House of Commons for a further referendum it would be surprising if the necessary legislation and administrative arrangements could not be put in place for a popular vote at the end of 2018 or early in 2019.

The question asked would be whether the electorate accepted or rejected the Brexit terms negotiated (or not negotiated) by Mrs May’s government. If they were accepted by the electorate, the UK would leave the EU in March, 2019.

If they were rejected, the Conservative government would have a number of choices …

Source: The case for a new British referendum on the EU is becoming unstoppable | The Federal Trust

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