LABOUR’s Diane Abbott has told pro-EU campaigners to be “careful what they wish for” – as Leave would win a second Referendum.
The Shadow Home Secretary – one of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest allies – pronounced her “suspicion” is that Brits would Brexit all over again during a polls.
Speaking on Question Time final night, she said: “I will contend this about a second Referendum. You should be clever what we wish for.
“If we had a second referendum now a same people who voted leave final time, who are not mostly vocalization in London, would opinion leave again saying: ‘Didn’t you
hear us a initial time?’”
The comments came only days after Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer reiterated that Labour could behind a second Referendum.
At Labour Party conference, he pronounced a choice of remaining in a EU would be an choice on a table.
The news came only hours before Jeremy Corbyn told German paper Die Speigel: “We can’t stop Brexit”.
He pronounced when quizzed over a issue: “The referendum took place. Article 50 has been triggered. What we can do is recognize a reasons because people voted Leave.”
Lots of people were indignant about a approach they had been left behind, he insisted.
The Labour trainer was also asked about either he felt contemptible for a PM.
He replied, hinting she should quit and let Labour take over: “I am a decent tellurian being, we feel contemptible for anyone in distress. But a best approach for anyone to assuage trouble is to take yourself divided from a source of it.”
Business leaders including former BT chair Sir Mike Rake and ex-Sainsbury’s trainer Justin King on Thursday called for a second Referendum.
The former Sainsbury’s arch pronounced a stream choice confronting a British open was a “bad Brexit or a catastrophic Brexit”.
And currently Boris’ hermit Jo quit over Brexit too – and also demanded another opinion to “check” either Leaving was still what a people wanted.
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