Labour MP Chuka Umunna has argued that if Brexit negotiations go badly, he would ‘not be opposed’ to having a second referendum.
‘As the facts emerge, I think what we are beginning to see here is that it is impossible to deliver the things that people thought they would get’.
‘The £350 million extra for public services, not being poorer as we go forward, ensuring that we get the same economic and trade benefits as we have now’.
‘All of those things are proving to be impossible so far in the negotiation process’.
When asked about the possibility of a second referendum, Mr. Umunna said:
‘If we’ve exhausted all the avenues through this negotiation, then I think it’s an open question’.
‘I’m not opposed in principle to that’.
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