Do we need another Brexit referendum? It’s time to cast your vote

July 17, 2018

Brexit is a mess, say some.

The government is falling apart, argue others.

So would a second referendum solve the problem?

Former education secretary, Justine Greening, has called for a fresh referendum on the UK’s exit from the EU.

She argued that another vote would be “the only way to end deadlock”.

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Greening, who supported Remain in the EU referendum, said the second referendum should offer a first and second preference vote so that a consensus can be reached.

However, Downing Street has rejected her proposal and said a referendum will not happen “in any circumstances”.

A referendum requires an Act of Parliament, which needs to be voted through by the majority of MPs. And currently, there are not enough MPs who support the idea of a second referendum.

Labour does not currently back a referendum on the deal, but Jeremy Corbyn has not ruled it out. The SNP, Lib Dems and a handful of Tory backbenchers are campaigning for another vote.

If a second referendum were to take place, Greening stated that there should be three options on the ballot paper: the prime minister’s Chequers deal, staying in the EU or a clean break from Europe with no deal.

So, what would you vote for? Have your say here.

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