The Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat has said that the UK should have a second EU referendum, as ‘the will of the people can have disastrous consequences, history teaches us’.
‘The referendum was democratic, but has resulted in a situation in which everyone loses. Doubt is creeping in’.
‘For the first time, I’m starting to believe that Brexit will not happen. I am seeing hopeful signs that indicate things will change. I see encouraging signs that the tide is turning’.
‘I’m not saying the Brits have made a mistake, but the mood is changing’.
‘It would be good if a political leader in the UK stands up and is courageous enough to address this new situation. Someone who says ‘let’s put the Brexit end-deal to a popular vote’.
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