Another Chance: How a second referendum could work

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With the EU/UK Draft Withdrawal Agreement defeated in the House of Commons by a substantially wide margin yesterday and a no-confidence motion unlikely to lead to a general election, the United Kingdom finds itself at an impasse exactly 72 days prior to the 29 March withdrawal date. With No Deal a recipe for disaster and a Norway-style agreement anathema to most passionate Leave supporters, a second referendum is the only solution in town that can provide the legitimacy, fresh mandate and focus needed to make a final settlement acceptable to a broad majority of Britons and truly respect their democratic right to choose their country’s destiny.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherMaastricht University, Faculty of Law
Publication statusPublished - 16 Jan 2019


  • Brexit
  • UK
  • United Kingdom
  • EU
  • European Union
  • Withdrawal from the European Union
  • Brexit negotiations
  • Theresa May
  • Michel Barnier


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