Theresa May is to warn MPs that a second Brexit referendum would do “irreparable damage” to British politics when she addresses the House of Commons today.
“Let us not break faith with the British people by trying to stage another referendum,” she is expected to tell parliament, according to extracts from her speech released by Downing Street.
May has long faced calls for a second referendum to resolve the impasse over the terms of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
However, she has argued that this would betray the 2016 result and undermine public confidence in politics.
more recommended stories
Pope Francis has apologised to the Indigenous people in Canada
I am deeply sorry. Sorry for.
Russia dispatches top diplomat on Africa tour to reverse propaganda campaign
Many governments in Africa and in.
Heat wave claims over 1500 lives across Europe
The soaring temperatures across Europe have.
U.K Infrastructure Overwhelmed By Sizzling Heat Wave
Infrastructure is under strain. Some train.
Soaring temperatures expected to cause major disruptions across the U.K.
For the first time temperatures of.
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov claims Zelensky has Jewish blood ‘just like Hitler’
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attacked.
Cooking oil shortages hit U.K. as war in Ukraine continues
Supermarket shoppers are preparing for limited.
Moscow: Supply lines for weapons shipments to Ukraine destroyed
Russian troops have destroyed six traction.