About: second Brexit referendum

EU Elections 2019 23-05-2019

‘We need to win Britain’s culture war,’ says Greens’ Magid

“People don’t remember what you say, they remember how you made them feel,” says Magid Magid, a campaigner for the UK's Green Party.
Brexit 04-04-2019

Leave vote softens but UK still split down the middle on Brexit, says polling guru

The Leave vote may have softened, but most Britons would vote the same way again if the UK held another referendum on Brexit, says UK polling guru John Curtice.
EU Elections 2019 26-03-2019

Bullmann: May should put the Brexit question back to the people

UK Prime Minister Theresa May should stop wasting time and start working with the Labour Party for a closer EU-UK relationship, or put the question back to the British people, socialist chief Udo Bullmann told EURACTIV.com in an interview.
Brexit 15-03-2019

EU leaders urge clarity from London before Brexit delay

EU leaders called for clarity from the UK on Friday (15 March) before considering any delay to Brexit, after a series of chaotic votes by MPs left the deeply divided country in limbo just two weeks before it is due to leave the bloc.
Brexit 26-02-2019

Labour party raises prospect of second Brexit referendum

Britain's main opposition Labour Party has said it could support a second Brexit referendum as the European Union opened the door to postponing the country's exit from the bloc beyond the 29 March deadline.
16-01-2019

With ‘No deal’ ruled out, Brexit can be averted

After Tuesday's huge defeat of Theresa May's draft EU Withdrawal Agreement, 'no deal' is out and 'no Brexit' back on, writes Sir Graham Watson.
Brexit 14-01-2019

Ahead of vote, May warns it would be ‘catastrophic’ to halt Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May warned lawmakers on Sunday (13 January) that failing to deliver Brexit would be catastrophic for democracy, in a plea for support two days before parliament is expected to reject her deal with Brussels.
Brexit 04-01-2019

Survey: Majority of UK conservatives reject May’s Brexit deal with Brussels

A majority of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party members oppose her Brexit deal with the EU saying it does not respect the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum, according to a survey published on Friday (4 January). With less...
Brexit 04-01-2019

It would take ‘decades’ to recover from hard Brexit, UK university leaders warn

British university leaders warned on Friday (4 January) that leaving the EU without an official deal would be “one of the biggest threats our universities have ever faced.”
Brexit 02-01-2019

Labour party members pressure Corbyn to seek a second Brexit referendum

Nearly three out of four members of the British Labour Party want their leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to back a second referendum on Brexit, a new survey has found.
Brexit 01-01-2019

A year of blundering in the dark

A wasted year ended with the UK no clearer about its future relations with the EU but with the clock rapidly ticking down to the 29 March date when she will formally leave the bloc.
Brexit 10-12-2018

Theresa May buys one last chance after shelving Brexit vote

UK Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs on Monday (10 December) that she would return to Brussels to seek new concessions on the Irish ‘backstop’ as she postponed a vote in parliament to give herself one last chance to salvage her battered Brexit deal.
Brexit 06-12-2018

In the House of Commons, Brexit has no winners, only losers

Britain neither wants Brexit nor knows how to escape from it. The result is that everybody loses, and the camp of losers just gets bigger and bigger, writes Denis MacShane.
Brexit 30-11-2018

We won’t be blackmailed by May’s ‘no deal’ threat, says Scottish minister

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has embarked on a frantic two-week campaign to persuade sceptical MPs to back her Brexit deal when it comes before the House of Commons on 11 December. But it is increasingly clear that it won't wash with the Scottish National Party.
16-11-2018

Chances of orderly Brexit shrinking in different scenarios for Britain

Despite facing a fierce backlash to her draft Brexit deal, British Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to fight on. Amid cabinet resignations and moves by her own MPs to oust her, the battle to save the EU withdrawal agreement and her own political career could have a number of outcomes.
Brexit 13-11-2018

Seizing the window of opportunity to rethink Brexit

The UK government is paralysed by Brexit as it reaches decision time over whether to agree a messy compromise or crash out with no deal. In the meantime, support for a second referendum is growing, writes Sandra Khadhouri.
Brexit 23-10-2018

Keep calm and carry on: Brexit is 95% complete, May tells fractious MPs

Theresa May insisted that with ‘95%’ of the Brexit deal concluded it was time to “hold our nerve” through the last weeks of negotiations, as she defended her handling of the Brexit negotiations to MPs on Monday (22 October). 
Brexit 22-10-2018

Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote

Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the European Union began marching through London on Saturday (20 October) as part of what organisers say will be the largest ever demonstration to demand that the British government holds a public vote on the terms of Brexit.
Brexit 12-10-2018

Deal, no deal, or no Brexit?

Theresa May's attempts to negotiate a 'soft Brexit' are not backed by a parliamentary majority. Nor are the plans of the hard Brexiters. That could result in a new referendum, which could lead to the UK staying in, argues Hugo Dixon.
Brexit 27-09-2018

Corbyn comes to Brussels as fears of ‘no deal’ Brexit grow

The leader of Britain's opposition Labour party Jeremy Corbyn will warn the EU's Brexit chief Michel Barnier of the dangers of a "no deal" Brexit when he visits Brussels on Thursday (27 September), his party said.
Brexit 26-09-2018

UK Home Secretary: there will be no second referendum, Chequers Plan not dead

UK home secretary Sajid Javid discounted on Tuesday (25 Septembre) the possibility of a second Brexit referendum and insisted that his government’s proposal, known as the Chequers Plan, has not been rejected by the European Union. EURACTIV’s partner efe-epa reports. Speaking...
Brexit 25-09-2018

Labour opens door for new Brexit poll

The UK Labour Party left the door open on Tuesday (25 September) for a repeat referendum on Brexit but it comes with plenty of caveats.
Brexit 17-07-2018

Leave campaign broke law in Brexit vote, UK elections regulator finds

The Vote Leave campaign has been fined and reported to the police by the UK’s elections regulator for deliberately falsifying its campaign expenses for the Brexit referendum.
Brexit 27-06-2018

Brexit: are they insane?

Four individuals in the Cabinet Brexit sub-committee, namely Theresa May, Boris Johnson, David Davies and Liam Fox, are so trapped in their rhetoric about taking back control and regaining freedom, that if they changed their position, their political careers would be over, writes Michael Emerson.

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