1. It takes time to arrange a Refendum which would mean the leave date would have to be extended, I donít agree with that.
2. If a 2nd Referendum was to take place how do we know that the result would be acted on as letís face it the result of the 1st Referendum seems to be ignored by lots of MPs who are mainly Remainers.
3. If your option 2 was the winner and nothing was agreed at the end of the 12 month period then what, another Referendum?
My opinion is that the 1st Referendum, and the rules that are in place, must be adhered to that is Democracy, which means if no deal agreed by 29th March we leave the EU and get on with our live outside of it, we are a great country and can manage.
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