The British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that a possible second referendum on the UK’s position within in the European Union would not be wise as it would be an act of betrayal.
Mrs May who was responding to stuff questioning by Labour party ministers said the prospect of holding another referendum is highly unlikely as to do so would be the a betrayal on the British public who have already voiced their opinion.
The British PM who is under immense pressure from not only opposition MP’s in Westminster but from some within her own party, was responding to claims from the Labour party who said claimed that a second referendum shouldn’t be ruled out.
Although Mrs May said that approach to negotiations would be “The best way to get the worst deal”.
It is thought the debate on a second referendum came after a number of MP’s have become frustrated with how the Government are currently handling Brexit negotiations.
However Mrs May who remains more the determined than ever to reach an agreement with the EU in the coming months said that a second referendum shouldn’t be considered as “the British public already declared their vote and therefore we as a Government should work hard and do are upmost to honour that vote by delivering on it”.
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