Will Britain hold another referendum on European disengagement? Teresa May: I refuse.

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 Will Britain hold another referendum on European disengagement? Teresa May: I refuse.


Overseas Network, Dec. 17 - On Dec. 17, local time, British Prime Minister Teresa May will issue a statement against the holding of the second referendum on EU disengagement in Britain.

According to Reuters, Teresa May told parliamentarians: We should not try to launch another referendum, which will betray the trust of the British people.

Teresa May said: The second referendum will do irreparable damage to our political integrity, because it shows millions of people who believe in democracy that our democracy cannot be achieved. Another vote will not take us one step further than the first one.

On December 16, Downing Street denied reports that some of Teresa Mays key aides were secretly considering holding another referendum.

Previously, Teresa Mays agreement to leave Europe had created a deadlock in Parliament, and the European Union had made few concessions to help Mei win the support of parliamentarians. Although EU leaders have expressed their willingness to help Teresa May, they have warned against renegotiating the exit agreement reached earlier this year. This increases the risk that Britain will leave Europe without agreement in less than four months. Some companies fear that this will have disastrous consequences for the worlds fifth largest economy. Therefore, more and more politicians are calling for a second referendum to break the deadlock. But Teresa May and her ministers ruled out holding a new referendum, saying it would deepen Britains divisions since World War II and betray voters who supported the exit in the 2016 referendum. Source: Chi Xueying_NN6784, responsible editor of Overseas Networks

Previously, Teresa Mays agreement to leave Europe had created a deadlock in Parliament, and the European Union had made few concessions to help Mei win the support of parliamentarians. Although EU leaders have expressed their willingness to help Teresa May, they have warned against renegotiating the exit agreement reached earlier this year.

This increases the risk that Britain will leave Europe without agreement in less than four months. Some companies fear that this will have disastrous consequences for the worlds fifth largest economy.

Therefore, more and more politicians are calling for a second referendum to break the deadlock.

But Teresa May and her ministers ruled out holding a new referendum, saying it would deepen Britains divisions since World War II and betray voters who supported the exit in the 2016 referendum.