Let’s vote again and end Brexit turmoil for good
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
COMMONS: A new referendum would end feuds