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UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hold Brexit back and forth via letter.
A 'no deal' outcome to Brexit may be disastrous for the UK but it may be necessary to put its current divisions to bed.
The claim comes amid uncertainty over how Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn would campaign in any second Brexit referendum.
If Article 50 was revoked or a second referendum gave way to remaining in the EU, would the Union want it? There are many reasons why they shouldn't.
The UK's Labour Party stands to suffer huge supporter losses should it allow Brexit to go ahead, the biggest voters' poll since the 2016 referendum has found
British PM Theresa May said that the Brexit vote would happen in mid-January, contrary to reports that she could delay it.
"She must implement the will of the people, expressed at a referendum, otherwise this is not a referendum at all. Someone does not like it, [here we go] again and again. Is that democracy, or what?"
UKIP sources told Euronews that if Brexit is overturned it would be a “huge irony” and a great opportunity for UKIP to gain support.
British Prime Minister Theresa May appears convinced the EU will supply her with something to win her parliamentary vote, now due in January, but more and more voices are calling for a second referendum.