LONDON – More than two years after the British voted to leave the European Union, U.K.’s politicians still can not agree on what kind of Brexit they want. Now more legislators require a transition, a second referendum that can potentially reverse the results of the first.
About 150 MPs reunite a new poll, including labor, Scottish nationalists and a handful of conservative legislators, according to Dominic Grieve, a conservative MP who supports a new vote.
It is still far from about 320 needed to pass a measure to hold another referendum.
It is also not clear what the British would vote for. A vote may ask if they want to reverse 2016 the decision to leave the EU. Alternatively, the British may be asked if they support an agreement, Prime Minister Theresa May has negotiated the terms that Britain leaves the EU or if they prefer to leave without any negotiated agreement.