Inching Toward A Second Brexit Referendum

John Bercow, the Speaker of the House of Commons effectively blocked a third vote of the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal slowly chipping away at the roadblock to a second Brexit referendum.   Theresa May’s Brexit deal must be “fundamentally different” from the last two deals that MPs have voted down in order to be considered by Parliament.

Cable flatish on the day.

 

 

Any doubt about our view?

Every poll for a year has put remain ahead – most by some 8% – and a delay means a better chance of a second vote. The country needs a long extension. To impose anything without a public vote would be the great denial of democracy, the great betrayal.  – Guardian OpEd, March 18th

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