Theresa May Against the Second Brexit Referendum
The British Prime Minister wants to complete Brexit – as requested by the majority in 2016. A second referendum, according to May, would continue to split the country.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and a number of her cabinet members have again spoken against a second Brexit referendum. Another referendum on the association of the European Union would further divide the UK, they argued.
In pre-published excerpts from a speech that May wants to hold this Monday in the British Parliament, it says: “Let’s not break the British word by trying to hold another referendum.” Such a second referendum would “cause irreparable damage to the integrity of our policy,” say agencies from May’s speech.
A second referendum on Britain’s exit from the EU would not help the country any further. Instead, the country would “continue to split” at the very moment we were to work to unify it. “