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A secondd referendum? bring it on!

It would seem things have just become interesting, and indeed rather funny. It is surely a sign of how bad things are going with Brexit when one of the leading outists starts calling for a second referendum. The winds are turning against Brexit, Farage could see it slipping away, so he starts calling for another vote in the hope of shoring up support for it. What more evidence do we need that Brexit is falling apart? If things were going well, there's no way Farage would want to risk the outcome of the first referendum. I find it quite, quite funny.

As for a second referendum, I say bring it on - it may finally be a way out of this mess. He is obviously desperate to show that the public is on his side, but I really think Farage is utterly deluded if he thinks he will get a bigger pro-Brexit majority in a second vote. The public have glimpsed the catastrophic damage Brexit would do, and this time Remain campaigners would do everything they can to make sure they win. Farage has played right into the hands of those who want to undo the damage of 2016, and after what he said yesterday we should start campaigning with all our hearts for a second vote.


[Edited 12/01/2018 at 10:51:33 - added a bit]

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