Reverse Brexit? Fat chance
British voters have little hope of reconsidering their vote on the issue
The crisis in Westminster is, in its entirety, the result of David Cameron’s folly in committing to hold a referendum on EU membership in 2016,so as to see off the Ukip challenge to the Tory right flank. That particular strategy was adopted by Cameron because of its crude “first past the post” system which still remains as a fossilised part of Britain’s constitutional order.
The Ukip challenge might have...
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