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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has accused former Blair leader Tony Blair of insulting Brexit voters by attempting to undermine their negotiations with the European Union. In a statement released late Saturday, Blair – Britain's Prime Minister between 1997 and 2007 – could be in Brussels for a second referendum on Brexit. His movement was "an insult to the office he once held and the people he once served" according to May. "We can not, Parliament has a democratic duty to deliver the British people voted for," she said. May has repeatedly ruled out holding a new referendum saying that the outcome in 201 6 was clear. 19659004] But a growing number of MPs believe that a "poll of people" is the only way to break a death that risks leaving Britain on March 29 without any agreement at all. "The Reasonable Case" Blair's latest speech on the question I met on Friday in May meetings with EU leaders in Brussels to discuss how to save the deal. On Sunday, he said in a statement that it would be "sensible" to allow Parliament to vote for each of the forms "If they can not agree, it's logical to go back to the people ", he said. Blair said it was "irresponsible" to try "vowels-parliamentarians to accept a deal that they really think is bad with the threat that if they do not fall in line, the government will make the country crash [of the EU] without an agreement ". Even…

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has accused former Blair leader Tony Blair of insulting Brexit voters by attempting to undermine their negotiations with the European Union.

In a statement released late Saturday, Blair – Britain’s Prime Minister between 1997 and 2007 – could be in Brussels for a second referendum on Brexit.

His movement was “an insult to the office he once held and the people he once served” according to May.

“We can not, Parliament has a democratic duty to deliver the British people voted for,” she said.

May has repeatedly ruled out holding a new referendum saying that the outcome in 201

6 was clear. 19659004] But a growing number of MPs believe that a “poll of people” is the only way to break a death that risks leaving Britain on March 29 without any agreement at all.

“The Reasonable Case”

Blair’s latest speech on the question I met on Friday in May meetings with EU leaders in Brussels to discuss how to save the deal.

On Sunday, he said in a statement that it would be “sensible” to allow Parliament to vote for each of the forms

“If they can not agree, it’s logical to go back to the people “, he said.

Blair said it was “irresponsible” to try “vowels-parliamentarians to accept a deal that they really think is bad with the threat that if they do not fall in line, the government will make the country crash [of the EU] without an agreement “.

Even on Sunday, Mays supporters suggested that the government plan a second referendum. Argue for another Brexit vote would worsen the divisions in Britain, not heal them.

International Trade Minister Liam Fox told BBC: “Suppose we had another referendum. Probably the” left “side won it by 52 to 48, but it was at a lower breakdown – quite possible.

” About There is another referendum that I do not think will be, people like me will immediately demand that it be the best of three. Where does it end? “

Education Minister Damian Hinds stuck on the same script in an interview with Sky News:” No, a second referendum would be involved. the people’s vote, we have had a referendum, and now we must continue to implement it. “

Mays Managing Director, Gavin Barwell, said on Twitter:” Glad to confirm that I’m not * * is planning a second referendum with political opponents [or anyone else to anticipate the next question]. “

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