Let’s vote again and end Brexit tur­moil for good

Daily Express - - LETTERS -

IF we had a sec­ond EU ref­er­en­dum now and the out­come was the same as the ref­er­en­dum of June 2016, what tac­tics could the Re­main­ers still adopt to try and change the ver­dict (“Giv­ing MPs a say won’t thwart Brexit, in­sists PM”, June 14)?

Af­ter all, we will have al­ready been sub­jected to two years of them telling us of the dire con­se­quences of leav­ing, from a sink­ing econ­omy to mass un­em­ploy­ment and all the usual scare tac­tics avail­able to them.

Yet af­ter all that, what else could they throw at the Leave vot­ers to make them change their minds?

I be­lieve, as a com­mit­ted Leave voter, that if Brexit is un­der­mined fur­ther, then the Gov­ern­ment should not be afraid to hold a sec­ond ref­er­en­dum, as I am con­vinced that the Bri­tish peo­ple, hav­ing been sub­jected to the most un­ac­cept­able bul­ly­ing be­hav­iour from both the Re­main­ers and the EU, would vote in even greater num­bers to leave. Alan Og­den, Gom­er­sal, W Yorks

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